By J B Wood
New version, Revised & improved to incorporate the seventy two ordinarilly disassembled pistol designs (plus 250 diversifications) and 1,800 images - all in 592 pages. Pistol disassembly/reassembly hasn't ever been more straightforward fresh and hold your autoloading pistols - your self. This ebook makes it basic, due to writer Wood's services, step by step directions and crisp images. special photographs exhibit field-stripping and unique disassembly step in right order and obviously illustrate the elements concerned after which (simple) instruments used. effortless to appreciate textual content describing every one step courses each person - amateur or specialist - throughout the disassembly and reassembly of seventy two various pistol versions - plus a few 250 heavily similar versions. No different publication presents this sort of photo-illustrated info.
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Remove the trigger and sear system downward. The trigger is a free unit, and will detach as the system is taken off. 20. Remove the sear upward. 21. Removal of the small cross pin in the forward extension of the sear lever will release the ejector and the combination sear and ejector spring. 22. To remove the rear sight, drift out the pivot cross pin. The adjustment slide can then be taken off the sight, and the blade spring can be pushed out of its mount. 23. The front sight is dovetail-mounted, and is drifted out toward the right for removal.
24. Push the trigger pin just far enough toward the right that the disconnector is cleared, and remove the disconnector from the top of the grip frame. 25. Set the safety halfway between its two positions, and use a nylon drift punch on the right side to nudge it toward the left, then remove it 26. Remove the trigger pin, and take out the trigger assembly upward. The trigger spring and disconnector spring are easily detached from the trigger. 27. The magazine catch is removed by pushing it toward the left beyond its normal magazine release point, then unscrewing the catch piece from the button.
16. If you do not have a mainspring vise (the one shown is from Dixie Gun Works), it would be wise to avoid disassembly of the lock. After the spring is compressed by the vise, its side-post is pulled out of the lock-plate for removal. Removal of the three screws to the left will release the bridle and the sear. In normal takedown, the hammer and tumbler are not separated. 17. Remove the two large screws in the upper tang of the receiver. Note that they are not of equal length. 18. Remove the wood-screw at the rear of the trigger plate.