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Old 02-19-2013, 2:27 PM
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Default JD LR308 Rear Takedown Pin detent question

I didn't want to create a new thread since tehres some info here but the thread is too old to reply to.

My JD lower has 2 ways to install the rear takedown pin detent and spring.

I can install it into the rear of the rifle as on the AR15, and there is a perpendicular port in the bottom of the lower that allows me to put the pin and spring from the bottom as well.

My CMMG LPK did not come with a set screw for the rear passage so the spring is too short to use that one, I opted for the spring installation through the passage that gets covered by the grip instead. I'd prefer to install into the back of the lower but where can I get the set screw? Anyone know what size?

Also looking for a replacement threaded bolt catch detent, I stripped the head out of mine while installing...Not sure how to extract it now, but if I ever did I would like to have another one on hand...

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