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I'd have to double check to be sure, but I recall it is similar to the front sight on an SKS. You can use a simple drift and mallet to move it, but the better way is with one of the relatively inexpensive front sight tools sold by TAPCO, Cheaper than Dirt, and others.
 

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Yep, use the front sight tool. You may need to soak the barrel (front sight base) in penetrating oil overnight before it'll budge though... I did.
 
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