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#1 TheNerfLoki

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Posted 13 September 2008 - 01:42 PM

So... I was doing a barrel replacement/AR removal on my hornet and I started to cut the stock barrels off and then I realized that I was only geting part of the pegs off too. So I looked around and saw my Swiss Army Knife (one of the knives that has so much crap that you will never use on it), I goofed around with various attachments until I came to the right one. Now for the actual write up.
1. Get your favorite stock gun and a swiss army knife.
2. Next get out a corkscrew attachment.
3. Twist the corkscrew on the peg.
4. When you cannot twist the corkscrew anymore, push and pull it as much as you can in any direction.
5. Pull the corkscrew out as hard as you can (don't twist it out).
6. Push the peg out of corkscrew using a pencil tip.
7. Repeat on other barrels and guns.
Side Notes:
  • This may only work on externally loading guns (magstrike and Vulcan being the exceptions)
  • This only gets the pegs out
  • I am still looking for a way to get The hornet Ar out. The flat head screwdriver method does not work for me.
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#2 Quilan Fett

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Posted 13 September 2008 - 01:46 PM

So... I was doing a barrel replacement/AR removal on my hornet and I started to cut the stock barrels off and then I realized that I was only geting part of the pegs off too. So I looked around and saw my Swiss Army Knife (one of the knives that has so much crap that you will never use on it), I goofed around with various attachments until I came to the right one. Now for the actual write up.
1. Get your favorite stock gun and a swiss army knife.
2. Next get out a corkscrew attachment.
3. Twist the corkscrew on the peg.
4. When you cannot twist the corkscrew anymore, push and pull it as much as you can in any direction.
5. Pull the corkscrew out as hard as you can (don't twist it out).
6. Push the peg out of corkscrew using a pencil tip.
7. Repeat on other barrels and guns.
Side Notes:

  • This may only work on externally loading guns (magstrike and Vulcan being the exceptions)
  • This only gets the pegs out
  • I am still looking for a way to get The hornet Ar out. The flat head screwdriver method does not work for me.
Questions?Comments?Flames?

Do not do this on air guns, especially delicate ones like hornet, blastfire, and SMDTB as it may damage the tank.
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#3 Mr BadWrench

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Posted 13 September 2008 - 01:46 PM

1/2in drill bit works for me.
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