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I would strongly suggest having a good gunsmith actually eyeball the receiver rather than rely on the answers you might receive. Ok, it might cost you $20.00 to have the smith give it a good look. However, $20.00 is much better than dead.

You simply don't fool with real safety issues. Have the gun inspected.



You and i must have posted about the same time, but we are on the same page with know someone will tell him they did it and it worked. However, as you noted the receiver has been toasted and a smith will simply confirm it.
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