Step 3: Remove pins

Depending on your rifle, the pins may just fall out on their own, or they may need some help. If they don't come out easily, gently use the screwdriver or punch and a hammer and gently tap the pins out. Put them somewhere where they won't get lost. Don't let the pins come out of the trigger assembly, unless you want to. I show how to disassemble the trigger assembly here: www.instructables.com/id/How-To-DisReassemble-the-Ruger-1022-Trigger-asse/
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<p>My rear receiver pin is stuck. I dont know why I can hit it with punches all day and it will not move from either side. Any advice?</p>
I used one of these to plink at cans over the holidays while visitng my in-laws. It was nice, but had occasional feed problems
Were you using the factory clips? I know that many aftermarket clips are notorious for not feeding well.<br />
I'm not sure if they were aftermarket or not. They weren't the big 30 round ramlines. They were just 10 shots each. Unfortunately I don't recall the markings on the clips. It only happened 3 times, so it didn't suck too much fun out of the day.
If the clips can be disassembled you can tweak the spring tension. Sometimes it isn't the clips fault at all. When a barrel is taken off the receiver for cleaning and not re-aligned properly when it is replaced it causes feed issues too. There are many videos and instructions out there for both repairs.
nice job! you go dude! Thanks just got the take down. lyle
Thanks for the very informative instructions. Your scope is the same with the other information i got from Ruger 10/22 Accessories sites <a href="http://www.mountsplus.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=Ruger_1022_ACCESSORIES" rel="nofollow">Ruger 10/22 Accessories</a>
Heh, I think I have that exact same cleaning kit and stand, and possibly the same scope as on your rifle.&nbsp; Well written instructions.<br />
Thanks, I've got a Barska 4x Plinker scope<br />
NIce pictures, well written instructions. How do you like the gun?<br />
It's really nice, shoots really well, I love it<br />

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