strap wrenches or better, wooden blocks in a vise

November 12 2017 at 10:08 PM
cal  (Login CalG)
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Response to Need help with check valve in Hunting Master AR 6

If you are sure of the component assembly, a drilled and parted chunk of wood is a useful vise adjunct.

I'm sure you are dealing with "difficult", not frozen nor impossible.

In fact, if "frozen" is the best descriptor, try a heat gun on the junction. Any movement only aids dissassembly.

I have a pair of the AR6, one in .17, and one in .22. Great "six shooters"!. The fill check valve on both have needed frequent attention, though I have never had difficulty breaking down the reservoir cap.

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As suggested. MAKE SURE THERE IS NO RESIDUAL PRESSURE! Drop the hammer, press it home, listen for the final fizz...




    
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