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    Default Drill bit size for.302 barrel pin

    Forgive me Gentlemen, I used the search feature and google Fu to no avail. I need to know what size drill bit to use with the .300 reamer to press in the AK74 barrel pin? Pin size .302. The barrel is a new arsenal bulgy barrel with un-issued bulgy kit I know to used a screw machine drill bit. I looked at some charts, but I don't want to guess at this. Too important to mess this up Any Help? Please!

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    I found it 7MM

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    19/64th =.296
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    yep always go small work the bit to open up the hole to fit
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    7mm is the standard pin size. Do you actually "have" to go with a .302 pin, because that is an oversized part. If you have to go oversized to get it to headspace, that's cool. Just wondering
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