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Old 08-08-2010, 12:24 PM   #21
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simply outstanding work! Thank's very much for taking all of the time and effort to show a complete disassembly of a P1. This demonstration is very useful information.
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once more Tanfoglio.... outstanding... wonderful .. super...
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I'll make the same observation that I made on Tanfoglio's similar photo project on the PP.

This was a substantial undertaking, and Tanfoglio deserves a lot of credit and appreciative thanks from everyone. The photos illustrate clearly where the parts go and how they fit with one another, which is very useful knowledge.

A word of caution, however. This should not be mistaken for a disassembly manual. Actually taking the gun apart is not as simple as it appears and putting it back together can be frustrating unless one knows the techniques and the tricks. The P.38 easily can be damaged and parts ruined by incorrect stripping techniques.

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Outstanding illustration~!

I would strongly suggest that the first step would be
to rack the slide back to check the chamber, next, remove the magazine.

Thanks again for the nice work!
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Outstanding illustration~!

I would strongly suggest that the first step would be
to rack the slide back to check the chamber, next, remove the magazine.

Thanks again for the nice work!
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thanks for the kind words

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I prefer - if u not know the condition of the Weapon
1.) safe the gun
2.) then remove magazine.
3.) slide back to check the chamber.


If u first slide back ... and the gun have more rounds in the magazin -
you have not enough hands.......

If u are sure that the gun is unloaded
then as described

1.) safe the gun
2.) slide back to lock the slide in back position (easy with empty magazin)
3.) remove magazin
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Thanks!

First time I've seen this, so I'm anxious to take my P38 apart. Please leave this valuable information up!

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