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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-21-2012, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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can somebody answer this for me

as i was getting ready for jr day tomorrow i was cleaning my charles daly semi-auto shotgun and my firing pin fell out and it won't stay in can anybody help me?
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Can you post a pic? There should be some type of spring that goes with the pin, and something that holds it all together. I've never taken a C. D. apart, but might be able to figure it out from pics.

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..........where are you located ?

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i am from ellwood city and i can't post any pics unfortunateley but i have the pin and spring it all goes together but the pin doesn't stay in, im stumped
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My Benelli has a little pin that goes in the side of the bolt, that fits into a recessed area on the firing pin( inside the bolt housing) that holds it all together. I doubt that helps you, but without pics, that's all the guidance I can offer. Sorry!

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....If you were closer, I would let you borrow a gun for the day.

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thanks for the help anyway if i can't get it my dad is going to let me use his thanks and good luck to all
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Go to the Firearm Forum. a guy has a website posted for manuals for alot of differnt guns.....might show you something? maybe....

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i found the little pin that holds the firing pin into place and got it thanks to all that helped
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try this. http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/...aspx?catid=160

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