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Old July 15, 2017, 08:41   #22
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Originally Posted by 4markk View Post
If you ran a set screw down the right side of the ejector block you can lock the mag release in place. I'm think cut a half cylinder in the guide post, drill and tap the hole flush on top with the BOH hole on top, and screw in a set screw long enough to prevent the mag release from moving.

Then it would require you disassemble the action to release the mag (break it open, removed the top cover, remove the bolt/carrier group, and remove the set screw).

Good thinking, but it could be a spring loaded plunger like an FN 49 bolt hold open.
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