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I've never had this problem before. I tried to get my old nibbs out of my 2312's the other day, but no matter how much I heated the shaft, they would just spin round and round.

I put them in with hot melt, but they sure ain't coming out when I heat them up. What's causing this? Any suggestions?
 

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Plyers

Try using plyers and pulling them out when they get loose from the heat. :D :D

If that doesn't work take the nock out and ram a coat hanger or something thru the shaft and push on the bottom of the nibb and maybe that'll work.
 

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Tried the plyers..........even ground down two flat spots w/ a Dremel to get a better grip.

I'll try ramming something down the back side........maybe that will work.
 

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put a small drill bit in the knock end and swing it twords the tip while pointing it in a safe direction and the impact scould send it flying in a few tries
 

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I usually heat the points with a soldering iron while pushing the point from the inside with a short rifle cleaning rod. Just heat and push.
 
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