JackB said:To move the roll pins you should really use a roll pin punch made specially for roll pins. They have a projection on the end that slips into the center of the pin and helps in not buggering (tech term) up the end of the pin.
m4arc said:Kraigster414 - That's the way it's suppose to be. See the half-moon notch on the takedown lever? The roll pin acts as a stop for it.
You're good to go.
politegunner said:The exploded diagram I downloaded from Brownells shows that pin being removed from right to left, the same direction your photo shows it walking. And yeah, I also don't think it should walk out this much. I haven't experienced this...yet.