S410F Barrel removal

S410F Barrel removal

Postby supergnome » Mon Aug 07, 2017 1:18 pm

After a drop I would like to remove the barrel to check if its straight. Its newish with the rose bud shroud and AT'd all over.
Is it 2 top grub screws or is there 1 underneath as well? Will it be glued in? David.
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Re: S410F Barrel removal

Postby Archer50 » Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:59 pm

There is a small grub screw underneath.

As far as I know, you will have to remove the AT caps to get at it, but not necessarily the AT on the power adjuster (which is the problematic one). This will void any warranty you have left on the gun, but then so would removing the barrel anyway. The barrel is not normally loctited or glued in.

I hope it's not bent, but at least it is usually pretty easy to straighten if it is.

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Re: S410F Barrel removal

Postby supergnome » Mon Aug 07, 2017 5:31 pm

Thanks for that Alan. It has 5 months of warranty left but I think I'll get it started. When you say the power adjuster do you mean the hammer spring tensioner or the side screw over the transfer port? David.
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Re: S410F Barrel removal

Postby Roger5 » Mon Aug 07, 2017 10:26 pm

supergnome wrote:Thanks for that Alan. It has 5 months of warranty left but I think I'll get it started. When you say the power adjuster do you mean the hammer spring tensioner or the side screw over the transfer port? David.

He means the side screw over the transfer port, and yes they can be a pain to remove. Rog
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Re: S410F Barrel removal

Postby Archer50 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 3:58 pm

Roger5 wrote:
supergnome wrote:Thanks for that Alan. It has 5 months of warranty left but I think I'll get it started. When you say the power adjuster do you mean the hammer spring tensioner or the side screw over the transfer port? David.

He means the side screw over the transfer port, and yes they can be a pain to remove. Rog


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