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DPM Barrel Shroud Removal
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  MotoG5

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Posted: April 10 2017 at 5:06pm | IP Logged Quote MotoG5

Working on finishing the demil on the receiver sections. I have the front section in the vise and not having a lot of luck so far in getting it to move. Both pieces are in good shape and I very much don't want to do any further damage. The bolt carrier piston guide tube welded to the shroud looks like it wont take a lot of punishment along with the shroud itself. So no BFH tactics are at hand. Been soaking it with liquid wrench for a few days now. Yes the set screw is out and I have been at it with a dead blow hammer and a wood block and ball peen. Nothing crazy yet. I am thinking of using some heat but will need to pick up some temp sticks to keep from over doing it. Any tips or tricks from anyone who has done this?   
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Posted: April 10 2017 at 11:30pm | IP Logged Quote bikergunnut

If the demill cut into the threads, you might be fighting sl*g or damaged threads. Past that maybe the screw hole buggered the threads a little. Try to tighten it and see if you can start working it back and forth.
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Posted: April 13 2017 at 8:36pm | IP Logged Quote MotoG5

Got it off today.    Just kept soaking it in liquid wrench then heating it up and hitting it on the lower welded part of the tube. For several days didn't get it to move. Started using a propane blow torch to get it hotter faster and today it spun loose. Both parts are in good shape. Now to clean up the rec sections and figure out what to do about a jig. At this point I have decided I really don't want to buy one for just one use. Too bad I cant rent one from someone. Most likely will just wind up cobbling something up.
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