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Old 02-28-2012, 11:40 AM   #11
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The frame disassembly will be a little more tedious and time consuming. I may break up that video into shorter segments. Where the slide is composed mostly of steel parts, the frame is composed mostly of polymer parts that don't hold up well to repeated blunt force with metal tools. I am taking this one slow to cause as little wear and tear as possible, and to minimize my fumbling on camera

In response to some of the questions I've received, this is not something I recommend the average user attempt for the purpose of routine cleaning. I usually just clean the frame with a dry toothbrush and wipe it down with a lint free cloth after every IDPA match. Spray silicone goes on wet but stays slick when dry. That seems to work best for me on polymer/plastic where I don't want oil to collect burnt powder and debris. If that happens over time, I occasionally have to spray non-chlorinated brake cleaner in and around those parts to blast it clean.

Complete disassembly is something I only do about once a year, or when service is needed. Based upon prior experience with Glocks, I have also found it prudent to replace all the springs about every 4000 rounds or so in order to preempt failures due to spring fatigue or micro fractures. I don't like surprises during a match. Your mileage may vary. I'm sure my dry fire practice also contributes to the wear and tear on the springs.

Is all this really necessary? Probably not, but the engineer in me has always enjoyed the challenge of taking things apart and putting them back together in order to better understand how they work. These videos are probably more of a documentary on my curious nature than they are an instructional video on what you should do with yours.

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Old 02-28-2012, 04:07 PM   #12
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The boys all want a complete disassembly,
slide disassembly, we had already some time

WALTHER how to do ?
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Old 02-28-2012, 04:33 PM   #13
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Good Job!! Can not wait for the next part, good information thanks
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Old 02-28-2012, 06:59 PM   #14
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When re-assembling the firing pin safety spring got slightly bent. I bent it back into shape. Is there any way to get replacement springs for this thing yet ?
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Wow! Awesome job on the videos!
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:38 PM   #16
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Disassembly PPQ Step by Step

Reassembly PPQ Step by Step
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Thanks for the videos!
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Old 05-30-2012, 02:20 AM   #18
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Thank you very much for the info.
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yes

Call Walthers at (479) 242 8500 and take to the parts dept guys.
For the PPQ M2 model
FPB spring part number is 18.1
FPB itself is part number 18.2

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When re-assembling the firing pin safety spring got slightly bent. I bent it back into shape. Is there any way to get replacement springs for this thing yet ?
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