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Is the levers to remove the front furniture normally really tight?

The gas tube lever wasn't too bad but the bottom forearm lever was a PITA to get flipped over. I had to pry it with a flathead and use pliers and beat on it with a hammer. Once the lever was flipped over I had to hit the piece that holds the wood on towards to muzzle.
 

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Normal. Don't worry. It also needs some break-in. :D:

I also had to use pliers the first time I removed the gas tube. You know, the first time is always some kind of hard... ;)
 

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Normal. Don't worry. It also needs some break-in. :D:

I also had to use pliers the first time I removed the gas tube. You know, the first time is always some kind of hard... ;)
Wald's correct, work it a bit after you move it. Drop of lube won't hurt like 3 and 1 oil.

Make sure to show us some before / after pics :)

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V: Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof.
 

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Wald's correct, work it a bit after you move it. Drop of lube won't hurt like 3 and 1 oil.

Make sure to show us some before / after pics :)

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V: Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof.
Sorry no before pics.

Furniture refinished:


Rit Wine Dye
Minwax Red Mahogany
Formby's Tung Oil
 

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That's normal. I've changed furniture on a bunch of them over the years. I always end up having to lube them then tap them with a brass punch or pry them to get the to move. Same with closing them.
 
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