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Depends on who made the barrel. Some manufacturers used straight pins and some used tapered. If tapered drive them out left to right. Blocking the barrel and sight post will make it easier and prevent the sight post from walking around the barrel. Its not hard at all.

Or just take it to an armorer.
 

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DPMS should be straight pins (non tapered) and come out either way but I still remove them left to right as looking down the barrel. As long as the post is blocked there should not be substantial scaring. only where the pins were. Trick is lining up the new gas block. thats more critical than removing the post.
 

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crazyace85 said:
How do I line up the new gas block and ensure it operates correctly.
Check out AR15.com they have a section set up that shows you how to do it, also Brownells has videos on their website that shows how too.
 

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bubbat said:
crazyace85 said:
How do I line up the new gas block and ensure it operates correctly.
Check out AR15.com they have a section set up that shows you how to do it, also Brownells has videos on their website that shows how too.
+10 - What he said. The info is out there everywhere. Bing and Google are your friend.
 

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Got it removed last night. After punching out the pins a couple gentle taps with a hammer and it came right off. Nothin to it.
 

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DirtyWorks said:
Nothing on the ARs are difficult at all. Cant really mess anything up.
Unless you try to cut M4 feedramps into a barrel extension, with a dremel.
Turns out that metal is hardened.
 
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