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well short of actually doing it it seems that there is a roll pin on kocking knob
HOWEVER there looks to be SPRING TENSION to it...one might have to be very careful
removing it
edit-mine is actually a 3b had to rebarrel it and a 3b barrel was on it originally
and iirc it may be dfferent
 

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Got it! Cocking knob must be drawn to the rear and turned slightly counter-clockwise over the rear of the bolt(great force needed).The striker body has a cut in it that can be positioned to accept the small pin at the rear of bolt.Drift this pin in enough to clear the bolt body and capture the striker.The captured striker/spring and sleeve can then be withdrawn to the rear.Firing pin and extractor are both retained by the common pin at front of bolt.When reassembling,a curved tip dental tool is most valuable in repositioning the pin back into the bolt.It's a tight squeeze!
 
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