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Old 03-02-2012, 02:42 PM   #1
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Disassembly PPQ Step by Step

First some notes

1.) unload the gun
2.) Check the weapon
3.) Check the weapon
4.) Check the weapon
5.) work only with the right tools





if you do something to the first time - do you some photos
now you can always look - as it should be
i have make some Picture for you friends
in a movie I find it not so clear











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absolutely outstanding work! Thanks for taking the time to do this.
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Excellent! Thanks for your efforts.
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TANFOGLIO, thank you.

Your threads are always interesting and informative.

I'd say this one and reassembly should be stickies to help anyone interested in the information provided in them.
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TANFOGLIO, thank you.

Your threads are always interesting and informative.

I'd say this one and reassembly should be stickies to help anyone interested in the information provided in them.
Thanks X10, just a great simple way to get it done. thanks for the hard work.
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Bravo, mate! Many thanks for the education! Splendid work!
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been looking for this. Thanks
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