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      DeadWoodDan
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      working on a Win.Model 70 and wanting to remove the ejector. I broke my pin punch tonight and I thought it was a relatively good steel ( no pun intended )set. Not sure if I should have been using a brass one? Any special way this pin needs to be removed?

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      Artful
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      Are you working with a post 64 Model 70 Winchester?

      Driving out part 2817 so that the ejector and spring can be removed?
      I always start with a short pin punch to get it moving then switch to my longer one’s.

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      DeadWoodDan
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      Thank Art, yes this is a post 64, but not by much, mfg. date is 1968. I thought the pin started to move then the darn punch bent and after I straightened it it let go. I could see how a shorter one would help! Sometimes simple answers are right in front of me.

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