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Removing a Hi Power Lanyard Ring...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by rellascout, Feb 17, 2011.

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  1. rellascout

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    I cannot remember if it is staked or not? Does it have to be drilled out or can you unscrew it.

    The other option is does anyone know of a nice set of slim grips with the a pre-cut loop for the lanyard? I love Naviderix stuff and I love Spegel but I do not want to have to cut the radius myself if I can help it.
     
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  2. SharpsDressedMan

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    It didn't seem easy to me on mine, and since I was having some gunsmith work done, I let the smith handle it.:)
     
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    I just looked at my post above and realized that it is possibly one of the most worthless of comments. Really sorry I couldn't help. Someone will step up, I'm sure.
     
  4. rellascout

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    No problem at all. IIRC the Inglis are screw in the others are staked. I want to remove it so I can put better grips on the gun. I am going to put a set of Naviderix grips and do not want to have to cut them.
     
  5. tekarra

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    If they are staked, you should be able to see the upset of the pin. I was under the impression they were shrink fit.
     
  6. rellascout

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    Drilled an punched it out. It shrink fit.
     
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