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Tippmann Project Salvo/Sierra One disassembly

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    Posted: 08 August 2009 at 7:28pm

Ok so I was trying to take it apart so I could clean it and so on. Welll... There seems to be 2 screws that wont come out on the body.

1) The first being the underneath the rear Iron sight and the second the one to the left of the mag.
 
What should I do?
 
 
And its that they wont even budge and every single other one comes out smooth.
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The bolts dont turn at all?

First off make ultra sure youre using an american sized allen wrench. A metric will fit in there "close" but when you apply force will just round out the bolt.

So simple answer, use more force with the proper sized allen wrench.
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OK will it is the us army version not the tpn so. And yeah it wont turn at all.
 
found out its the screw that holds the shroud in but I can't get it to turn ...)
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