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Old July 15, 2017, 08:13   #21
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Originally Posted by bigstick61 View Post
I really want to avoid drilling the ejector block if at all possible (which is why I said that there are no good options without permanently modifying stuff),
It would be extremely difficult to comply with a law that requires a "permanent" change in how a rifle was designed to function without permanently altering at lease one part. Of course the work "permanent" has several definitions.

I have a couple mid-sections I may play with. The 2nd order affect I am concerned with my design would be the set screw walking out and hitting the bolt. Therefore, I would recommend the head of the screw is well below the top of the ejector block and probably use blue LocTight.
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