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Old 03-20-2016, 07:27 PM   #31
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I'm thinking about having a go at the complete disassembly and polishing. Watched your excellent video and now I have a few questions. Primarily breaks down to:

What did you use to loosen and remove roll pins in the block held with Loctite?

The individual parts looked extremely rough (couldn't believe what I saw). How far down did you polish them? My gunsmith will not work on the CCP trigger system for that reason.

Any other suggestions or gotchas to be aware of that are not covered in the video?
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There are no pins secured by locktite in the portion that I removed. The only pins held by locktite are the two that hold the rear hook in place. The two that hold the rear trigger assembly are simply punched out.

I polished them with a dremel and metal polishing compound.. I did not use a sanding wheel or stone, so in answer to your question- I didn't polish it down much..

Stuff that I have learned, pay attention to the detente and spring that is just below the ejector (the one that sits in the rotating cam) that is where the tension and dragging seems to come from.


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