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    How to remove K98 bolt takedown discs?

    I have a laminated stock that has been sanded and refinished. I'd like to give it a little TLC and as part of that I would like to remove the bolt takedown discs. What is the procedure to do this? Thanks.
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    You have to drill out center tube. The make a new tube to replace the damaged one. I use a piece of brake line of same size.

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