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How to separate an action and a stock that is bedded together

 
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:33 PM
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Re: How to separate an action and a stock that is bedded together

I did a poor job of applying release agent once. (You soon learn!)

If the freezer doesn't work by itself, you can try to do a rapid temperature change with a heat gun. The beding is essentially an epoxy compound. Cold makes it brittle (several degrees below 0 cold) and heat makes it slightly soft - but watch for the stock finish with the heat.

If all else fails the last result, unfortunately, is a pocket knife.
Bob
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