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All I remember is, it's the pin with the hole, at the top rear of the receiver, that needs removing. There is a set screw on the side that keeps it in place. I tapped the end plug with a rubber mallet and pulled the trigger back at the same time. The pin popped up enough to get hold of, but it is a job for a patient person. Not the easiest gun to work on, unless you have some experience. Unless the spring is broken, there will be some pre-load as well. Be very careful with the trigger unit because it's a real pain if it's parts fall out.
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