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Back our the side plate screw that is closest to the muzzle. Remove it entirely from the frame.

Swing out the cylinder all the way.

Hold the cylinder in your hand, pull the crane forward off the cylinder, ejector rod and frame.

Reassemble in reverse order.

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Plus one on Drew's information...

Try to notice the position of the screws head in relation to the frame. When you back it off, just barely do so. Then retighten it to the same position. This will give you an idea of how much torgue to tighten it back down to. Just do not over tighten it... ;)

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Can't believe I forgot to mention that you should always have a properly sized hollow-ground screwdriver tip...to avoid any chance of damaging the screw head... ;)

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