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Old 05-13-2011, 10:32 AM   #1
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Outstanding. Thanks again for the excellent contribution, Tangfo.
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Old 05-13-2011, 01:49 PM   #3
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All of your videos are of great service to the forum. They provide very helpful tutorials. Your time and efforts are sincerely appreciated!
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King Tanfoglio, thank you for this very informative video. You have also provided valuable help to those who remove the rear sight from the P5 slide. It is very difficult to get the set screw to engage the slot in the spring-loaded pin properly. Your trick of using the razor blade is good advice. I used a thin brass shim myself.

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More parts

I followed the vid but I have more parts than the one in the vid.
I rear sight and retainer,the silver insert has two pieces and a spring, the firing pin looks like it has two springs and a silver cap.
Which was in the firing pin channel.
Looks like I have an "N" pistol.
That drop safety looks like fun to fit.
Thanks

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