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    Hall M rifle action

    does anyone have a detailed description of the method to disassemble the fire control group to replace the firing pin spring? Tks

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    They have a double set screw on the bottom of the cocking piece. Remove those and then unscrew the firing pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Tooley View Post
    They have a double set screw on the bottom of the cocking piece. Remove those and then unscrew the firing pin.
    is the firing pin protrusion variable like a BAT, or just screw it in to a stop then lock it down?

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    Just a thought

    Have you tried www.hall mfg.com?
    Call Allen at 205-755-4094
    Centerfire

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    Not as of yet

    Quote Originally Posted by Centerfire View Post
    Have you tried www.hall mfg.com?
    Call Allen at 205-755-4094
    Centerfire
    possibly down the road. tks

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    Quote Originally Posted by glp View Post
    is the firing pin protrusion variable like a BAT, or just screw it in to a stop then lock it down?
    If there's anything left of my memory I'm pretty sure it's a screw it in and lock it down...but not exactly. Pretty sure you have to screw it in until the holes line up before you put the screw in. Easy to take apart...not so easy to put back together as you can't see what you're doing.

    AND...I might not have known what I was doing and it may be really simple!!! Call Mr. Hall before you do anything...

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur View Post
    If there's anything left of my memory I'm pretty sure it's a screw it in and lock it down...but not exactly. Pretty sure you have to screw it in until the holes line up before you put the screw in. Easy to take apart...not so easy to put back together as you can't see what you're doing.

    AND...I might not have known what I was doing and it may be really simple!!! Call Mr. Hall before you do anything...
    for the advice!!

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    Bat

    Quote Originally Posted by glp View Post
    is the firing pin protrusion variable like a BAT, or just screw it in to a stop then lock it down?
    Firing pin protrusion is not variable on a BAT action

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