Figure Removing the bolt stud

Figure 2-10. Freeing the bolt.

e. Bolt Group. After freeing the bolt, slide it to the rear and out of receiver (Figure 2-11). Place the bolt down on its right side (with the extractor arm up), so that the extractor will not fall from the bolt.

Figure 2-10. Freeing the bolt.

e. Bolt Group. After freeing the bolt, slide it to the rear and out of receiver (Figure 2-11). Place the bolt down on its right side (with the extractor arm up), so that the extractor will not fall from the bolt.

Figure 2-11. Removing the bolt from the receiver.

f. Barrel Buffer Body Group and Barrel Extension Group. Insert the drift of a combination tool, or other pointed instrument, through the hole in the lower rear corner of the right sideplate. Push in on the barrel buffer body lock. At the same time, place one hand in the receiver and push the barrel extension group and barrel buffer group to the rear (Figure 2-12). Remove the barrel buffer group and barrel extension group from the receiver. Separate the two groups by pushing forward on the tips of the accelerator (Figure 2-13)._

Figure 2-12. Removing barrel buffer group and barrel extension group.

BARREL BUFFER BODY GROUP

BARREL EXTENSION GROUP

BARREL BUFFER BODY GROUP

BARREL EXTENSION GROUP

Figure 2-13. Separating the groups.

g. Barrel Buffer Assembly. Pull the barrel buffer assembly from the rear of the barrel buffer body group. The barrel buffer assembly will not be disassembled (Figure 2-14). This completes general disassembly.

Figure 2-14. Separating the barrel buffer assembly from the barrel buffer body group.

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