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Old 08-07-2007, 03:25 PM   #11
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WOW!!! I wish we could get all this info in one location. Like a sticky or something. Like detailed instructions including the warnings about newer disassembly procedures.



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Old 08-07-2007, 04:43 PM   #12
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WOW!!! I wish we could get all this info in one location. Like a sticky or something. Like detailed instructions including the warnings about newer disassembly procedures.
I wish we could edit our own posts lol...
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Old 08-07-2007, 09:27 PM   #13
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I also remove the safety before removing the extractor. Rotate the safety halfway between the On and Off detents. Depress the firing pin in and the safety will slide right out.

You'll want to keep a hand over the detent spring though... ;D
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I wish we could edit our own posts lol...
You can...IF...you pay $10 and become a supporting member. Yo can also use an avatar. For $10 it's well worth it,considering the amont of valuable info I get from this forum.



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Old 06-08-2011, 08:20 PM   #15
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Sorry to dig up an old thread,

I really want to tear into this gun some more and am trying to find some detailed instructions on how to.

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Just a suggestion that you'd be better off starting a new thread with specifics on what you want to do. Raising the dead works OK in zombie movies, but not so well with threads that are years old.
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Searcher....why should a request to bring up an old thread by bad?....*especially* since the question was never answered to full satisfaction in the first place?

This Youtube pair of videos... showing, 1.) how to detail strip...and 2.) how to re-assemble, might be useful even if it speaks to the S&W built version of the PPK/S ( PP ). Should be largely the same, if not identical, to the Euro-built versions....

Disassembly ....

Reassembly......

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Old 06-09-2011, 01:15 AM   #18
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Searcher....why should a request to bring up an old thread by bad?....*especially* since the question was never answered to full satisfaction in the first place?
Only that a fresh thread would bring some potential new players to the table; some of the folks in this original post are long since dead from the forum. Thanks for posting the fresh videos, in any event.
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:27 AM   #19
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Searcher:

I understand your point...but allow me to point out that I frequent other forums like this, and ressurecting old threads is encouraged as the topic matter ( thread title) may still outlive the original batch of responders...and can still be viewed as an appropriate way to go. It captures the idea in one place instead of being fragmented and therefore may come up in a "search" effort with more certainty.....just my opinion.

My pleasure to share the videos....it may not be the text version the OP wanted, but it does go into a detailed strip with good info.

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i am full aware of the forum faux paux of bringing up old threads. However as said I have read and used the search engine and been unable to find what I wanted.

The video's are what I have been searching for and unable to find. Thank you.

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