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Re: mauser repair tool question

by mgunner » Sat Sep 08, 2018 7:30 pm

a picture would help

mauser repair tool question

by Ben V. » Sat Sep 08, 2018 4:06 pm

I have a mauser yugo m48 that seems to have either a burr or mashed metallic piece of debris in the rear of the rear recoil lug channel of the receiver that is causing my bolt to stick after firing. i cant get in there with standard dremel bits (shafts are too short) I have looked at tooling at the big stores, and im at a loss of what to use. should i get a broaching bit? whatever i do, if i overdo it, is going to affect the accuracy of the gun, but i cant hammer the bolt open after every other shot, either.

it needs to be a 4-5" or longer hooked tool that i use to remove or more likely grind down this anomaly. any thoughts would be appreciated, cause im drawing a blank here, folks....

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