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    Posted: 29 July 2005 at 3:45pm
so i just pulled out my carbine and was cleanin it since i wanted to take it out to the woods this weeekend and i start to reasseble when i get to the linkage arm. for some reason it wont fit into the marker right. it wont let me cock the gun if i have it in. i looked at the manual but it didnt seem to help any. i thought maybe i lost something but i looked around the area i was cleaning and nothing was missing. can someone help? reply back here, send me email, or on im would be great. thanks
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You probably have the front bolt in backwards.

o-ring faces the barrel.
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i figured out what was wrong but my next question is can you use a 98 custom barrell on a .68 carbine marker?

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Not without a barrel adapter.

A5's use carbine threads, so any A5 barrel will fit on your 68.
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ok thanks, i knew the A5 would fit but i didnt know if that meant the 98 as well as the others would work also.
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hey i need a copy of your schematic for a 68 carbine can you help please
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You can use the schematic from the ProCarbine as a guide. The ProCarbine shares the same design of the 68Carbine, but with the elbow replaced by the foregrip/feed assembly of the ProLite.

http://www.homestead.com/procarbine/faq.html
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hey thanks
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I also have a problem with my 68 carbine. If I remove the barrel and tilt the gun forward, the striker bolt comes out. I don't know if this is normal please help!
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Hahahaha I did the exact same thing and it's all because one piece was backwards :p
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