Ambi charging handle just fell apart
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    Ambi charging handle just fell apart

    Can anyone tell me how to fix this shit? So pissed off I was just getting ready to go shooting tomorrow and this pin just fell out and now charger doesn’t workCF02A799-42F8-45F8-AFE1-6A401064110C.jpeg
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    I just wiggled it around until the pin fell back in. Maybe the tension in the grooves of the pin keeps it in? Seems like a kid of cheesy design. I hate when parts fall off a brand new rifle. Hopefully it’s back in correctly

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    It goes in from the top, thru the slot. Email me at hkbeltfed at yahoo dot com if you need a pdf of the instructions.
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    So I have to drop it in though the locating rail on top? Email sent?

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    Yeah it goes from the top to the bottom of the rifle
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    It was installed from the factory with the pin going in from the bottom? Or did you upgrade and install this yourself?


 

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