How to Disable an Automatic Door Switch on an AK-47 Automatic Door (Part 2) If you’ve ever seen a bolt on the ARK-74 automatic door, you know what I mean.
This is a bolt-on bolt on an old ARK that is no longer manufactured.
These bolt-ons are commonly used to attach doors and other equipment to old AR-15 rifles and AR-74 rifles.
In this post, I’ll show you how to disable the bolt on this door switch, as well as a number of other common AR-47 door switch types.
To disable the door switch you’ll need a pair of tools: A small wrench, or other small tool with a blade or point.
A small, straight screwdriver.
The bolt on your AR-7 door switch (AK-74 or AR-556) has a very small notch on one side of the bolt.
A bolt on a bolt lock on an older AR-77 (AR-74) door switch has a similar notch on the other side of that bolt.
If you don’t have any of these tools, you can use a screwdriver to remove the bolt from the bolt lock and remove the notch on your bolt.
It’s easy to see the difference.
If the bolt is on the opposite side of your door from the notch, you’ll be able to see it.
If it’s on the same side, you won’t.
Remove the bolt and look at the bolt’s sides.
They should look like this: The bolt should be straight and pointy.
It should be at least as wide as the bolt slot.
This means that the bolt will need to be loosened and tightened with the screwdriver or tool.
Once you’ve loosened the bolt, you need to remove any screws that hold the bolt onto the bolt latch (aka bolt lock).
To do this, first remove the top of the door latch, which is what the bolt locks into.
Then carefully remove the bottom bolt lock (aka latch).
Then you’ll notice that the latch is very small.
It won’t even be able t stay on the bolt for very long, so the bolt needs to be pushed down to open it.
I suggest using a screw driver or an ordinary screwdriver with a bit of force to pull the bolt off the latch.
It shouldn’t take very long to do this.
Once the bolt has been removed, you should be able get a very sharp knife or a razor blade to cut into the bolt cover, bolt slot, or the bolt itself.
I used a hacksaw to do it.
Now you can remove the cover.
Once it’s off, you may have to carefully lift it off the bolt to free the bolt locking mechanism.
If that’s the case, it’s easy enough to loosen the bolt without needing to use a small bit of leverage.
Just use a little bit of power to pull it off.
The cover should come off easily, but if it’s very hard to remove, try to get it off by using the back of a knife or other sharp tool.
Remove and discard any other parts of the system.
The last part of this process is to remove all of the parts that hold on to the bolt in the bolt switch.
I recommend cleaning the bolt with a soft, soapy cloth or a rag, to remove as much of the old bolt as you can.
I don’t recommend putting anything on the inside of the cover to try to clean it out, but it’s better to try it out and make sure it works.
This may take a while, but once it’s done, you’re done.
You may have noticed that the door is a little different from the rest of the room.
This should be easy to get used to.
I just had to move the door out of the way.
The front door and the top door are connected to the top bolt, which locks into the door.
You’ll notice the door on the left.
That door has a small slot on the top that’s used for a door opener.
This door has the bolt facing towards you, so it’s a good idea to open this door by pushing down on the latch on the right side of it.
This will open the door a bit, and allow you to get to the right position for the bolt that is in the latch slot.
I’ll explain this step later.
To open the right door, I had to pull down on it with my screwdriver and push it open.
Once this was done, I could push the bolt into the latch, and it opened.
The door on my right was a bit more difficult.
I had the bolt turned inside out so I could slide it in.
But I couldn’t open the front door.
This was a problem because I was trying to close the door and close the bolt all at once.
I tried to push the door open with my fingers.
This made it slightly harder to push it in, and