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Basically, i'm our local sniper tech. I had a guy come around and i've never seen this. The screw on the back is completely tight. The part where the bolt meets with the bolt handle is moving all over. I didn't take anything a part as I wasn't sure if I was going to have to.

Is there a screw in the base inside of the bolt I can tighten, or does it need to be welded?
I suggested to him about the teflon cylinder, but told him to hold off until I talked to you guys. It's beyond me, because it's not something visually wrong.
Personally, I am pretty sure it's the Shadow Ops quality of a bolt.

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Thanks guys, Hoggie.
 

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It causes when the bolt is pulled to lock up sometimes. I guess it's the ASGI G98 now, this guy isn't very clear. Anyways, it moves left and right no big issue, and causes it to lock up unless you literally yank it.
 

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The cylinder unit and the handle are starting to get split apart. I tried the end screw, and it's super loose still, and the cylinder once the bolt handle is pulled all the way, but the cylinder refuses to pull back.
Sorry if this is unclear!
 

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Ahh, so the bolt handle is loose due to the fact that the end screw is loose?

Add some teflon tape and blue loctite, it should keep her in there nice. Make sure to push the bolt handle all the way in and you should feel some force when trying to tighten the end screw.
 
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