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Old 09-12-2010, 03:06 PM   #21
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Old 09-12-2010, 04:25 PM   #22
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It is possible, but then u have spring pressure on the trigger pack
Thank you. Just wanted to know if the trigger pack could be removed for servicing or cleaning if the backstrap were permanently attached.

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Thank you. Just wanted to know if the trigger pack could be removed for servicing or cleaning if the backstrap were permanently attached.

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I am confused. When you look at the trigger pack and where the back strap nub inserts into the frame. That part comes out with the trigger pack.

I really thought you had to have the back strap removed to get the trigger pack out. Am I missing something?
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IF u removed trigger pack - you removed automatic the back strap.

the question was

Is it possible to remove the trigger pack without first removing the backstrap?

Yes - but the backstrap come out then automatic.
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IF u removed trigger pack - you removed automatic the back strap.

the question was

Is it possible to remove the trigger pack without first removing the backstrap?

Yes - but the backstrap come out then automatic.
Oh I gotcha now, but if you glue the back strap on with the trigger pack in, it wont come out then will it?
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Cleaning without ever removing the backstrap "safety"...

I gather there a lot of gun enthusiasts who don't care for these types of safeties because of the potential of inadvertently rendering the gun inoperable.

Perhaps through a poorly fitting backstrap, wearing it out, it breaking, etc.

Is it perfectly acceptable (after confirming the gun is NOT loaded) to clean a PPS without ever removing the backstrap and merely dry firing to bring it into the same state for field stripping?
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Is it perfectly acceptable (after confirming the gun is NOT loaded) to clean a PPS without ever removing the backstrap and merely dry firing to bring it into the same state for field stripping?
That's what I do, if I want my PPS disabled I remove the slide/barrel and stick a padlock through the ejection port.



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TANFOGLIO, have you tackled the magazine catch?

Just curious, I noticed that your grip frame still had one moving part left.



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TANFOGLIO, have you tackled the magazine catch?

Just curious, I noticed that your grip frame still had one moving part left.
You right, magazin catch is still incorporated - I do not have him removed

It is disassemble light.... not all parts.
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That's damn good info, Tang!
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