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Old 08-09-2010, 04:31 PM   #21
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another outstanding job on the disassembly of the P5...all of the time and effort that you take to do these disassemblies is greatly appreciated!
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Wonderful... that is just another great pictorial.....
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Thanks Tanfoglio,
I just picked up a P5 and was looking for the disassembly instructions.
You are the true (KING OF WALTHERS.)
Thanks so very much for the great post.
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This is really great stuff Tanfoglio.
If you keep this up I see a definitive Walther handbook emerging. (hint hint).
Thank you for doing it here.

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many thanks for the kind words
I am glad if it helps someone
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Hi Tanfoglio,

I see you took my advice and declared you self the (WALTHER KING).
You deserve it, You do have the best to show at the WALTHER FORUM.

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P5 Locking Block

Unlike my P1 and P4, my P5 locking block is not spring-loaded but appears to be held in with a pin viewable through a witness hole on the front mount. Tanfo's photos suggest a straight-forward removal of the locking block. I am unable to reproduce his results.

Can someone point out my error?
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I do not know what you mean? Picture?
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I do not know what you mean? Picture?
P5, IH date code. My apologies at the start for the poor quality of the images below.

Barrel assembly. I raise it up to clear the barrel but the Locking Block moves only a short distance side to side as if something is holding it in place.



The mount that hold the block in place has a witness hole, perhaps 6 or 7 mm deep, and there is something in there, I thought perhaps a pin.



Here is an image with flash. It is possible to see that something is in there.

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