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WALTHER KING
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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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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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Did you have a baseline measurement, BP? ..in reference to your trigger pull prior to breakdown
 

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in the first disassembly pic, how did you knock out the slide stop pin? I've tried banging on mine with a hammer and a punch, and it just won't budge :(
 

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in the first disassembly pic, how did you knock out the slide stop pin? I've tried banging on mine with a hammer and a punch, and it just won't budge :(
Same here, I hit it pretty hard and it didn't budge a bit.

Edit, it sucks to get all ready to do the complete clean and then get stopped on step one. :eek:
 

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I'm sorry,
but a little brain You should bring if you want disassemble a completely gun.

i change Picture one now!
the slide stop catch must must be raised slightly.
I'm very sorry, but I thought that goes without saying





 
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