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    Akm S under folding stock removal problem

    Please excuse my English I'm not American (but Love and respect for you guys and for your country is in my veins and BLOOD)

    Now I saw few videos.... I did :

    -Remove the grip
    -Turn the Ak over. There is 3 pins to remove
    -Remove first pin .. Removed the "button" and its internal spring.
    - tried to remove the opposite pin, so I can turn this circle out and got to the last middle pin but I can't.

    I hammer it. Strongly...weakly.... Forcedly...gently
    . Nock Tock Boom. Kaboom. nOTHING happened

    Tried the other side of the pin nothing.
    This PIN WONT MOVE
    As if it welded.

    Can you figure this out ? Please Help.
    Help !

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    Last edited by masnart; 08-04-2019 at 01:58 PM.

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    Hard to say without seeing it.

    Make sure the center piece slot is aligned behind the pin. Try to discern which end was hammered to install it, and remove it by pounding on the other end. Use a short punch and a good hammer and it will come out. Never heard of these being welded.

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    Assuming it was assembled properly.
    The pin should remove from the bottom or the trigger guard side.
    Ise the appropriate punch size.
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    No its not welded im describing how hard its fixed. No never been disassembled before. I am disassembling for bluing

    Iam pounding from the trigger guard side. Will change the hammer. And change the punch. And change my attitude And see. ARGhHhhh

    Will post a picture later.

    Thanks for the reply

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    viddy for UF removal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwiO9v0UqzY

    I watched this 37 times before I attempted the job, there is a companion video on how to assemble by the same guy.
    needs moar AK

    or beer


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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
    viddy for UF removal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwiO9v0UqzY

    I watched this 37 times before I attempted the job, there is a companion video on how to assemble by the same guy.
    I did the same. I watch it 50 times. But the second PIN Won't remove. Nothing.

    I am thinking of leaving it and buy a bigger tank for bluing. Or fold it during bluing

    What shall I do. Its not moving. Whatever force I use.


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    Try an automatic center punch if you have one to get it started. Bigger hammer also, mini sledge or heavy ball peen.

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    What I need to know is there is Nothing in the way. Not the circle

    I am going to buy a tank for bluing and get back home. Then i will try my best using a bigger hammer to remove it.



    Here is my hi power after rust bluing
    Gooooood I Looooove rust bluing.

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    I love hipowers... one of the prettiest pistols ever in my opinion.

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    NOPE
    Never managed to get it out. I'm afraid of damaging the pin..I will leave it.

    Will blue it with the stock On. Don't need to fold it since I bought a 80cm bluing tank.

    I finished the dust cover. Now beginning sanding the AK.

    Here is the dust cover. Blued and oiled

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    Quote Originally Posted by btr View Post
    I love hipowers... one of the prettiest pistols ever in my opinion.
    Wouldn't trade it even with a GLOCK. Even with difference.

    It's Charming ! Over elegant. And damn sexy



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    Nice blueing job.

 

 

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