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Ok, I got this junk with my AMD65 kit. to the left is the center support right?...but whats the deal with that thing that screws on the end of it? why is the edge beveled? i also have a spring, sleeve, and tiny little spacer. Would I save more hair if I just ordered a center support instead?
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Ok, I got this junk with my AMD65 kit. to the left is the center support right?...but whats the deal with that thing that screws on the end of it? why is the edge beveled? i also have a spring, sleeve, and tiny little spacer. Would I save more hair if I just ordered a center support instead?
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That is not a center support, it is the locking unlocking mechanism for your folding stock. Closely examine your folding stock and you will see where the beveled piece fits into the rear trunnion. The screw, spring and metal piece all go together. Put the metal piece in from the top of trunnion, insert spring, and then screw. It functions by pushing on the screw like a button.

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If you have a Centerfire kit, those parts are most likely for the Fire Control Group.

The spacer goes on the right side of the disconnector (looking down the rifle as if you're ready to shoot). The spacer keeps the disconnector from sliding side to side in the trigger.

The sleeve goes through the trigger, disconnector and spacer to make assembly easier. The trigger pin just slides through the sleeve once the FCG is in place.





Since you will most likely be replacing the FCG with U.S. made parts to meet the 922(r) compliance, the spacer will no longer be needed. That is assuming you use decent U.S. parts (i.e. Tapco G2, Red Star Arms, or FSE). If you use the crap Century stuff, the spacer may still be needed. The semi-auto FCG included with the kit by Centerfire is not a U.S. made set.
 

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And just put the plunger & spring away for now. get a 5mmx20 screw and atach to the locking part (anvil shape) make sure you drill a hole in the bottom of the receiver so you can get to the screw later if the AWB sunsets
 

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...thanks a lot guys. So I guess i'm gonna have to order that center support after all. I got to get a US FCG anyway, and kasenit, and ammo, and mags, and paint, the list goes on. oh well. you guys rule. thanks again.
 

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A 5/16 split pin 1.25" long can be ground to fit and uses the standard long rivet.

1/4" rod can be cut and the ends turned down if the lower rails are to be welded.
 
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