Mauser Stock Disc

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  1. CountryGunsmith

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    (7/5/02 10:24:58 am)
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    OK - what is it for? The round metal piece in the side of the buttstock with a round hole through to the other side, someone asked me a couple of weeks ago, and I was stumped.

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    I think somehow it is a tool to take apart the bolt in the feild, I heard it was to remove the firing pin, but never tried it.

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    The tip of the firing pin goes into the hole so that you can compress the firing pin spring with out breaking the tip off when you clean it.
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    mauserman454 and jeeper1 are correct. It is also know as the "stock disc" and/or "take down disc". Do not try to remove it if you plan on re-finishing the stock. It is pressed on and you will more than likely destroy it in the process.
     
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