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Yeah I saw that too. What's really funny is that the reassembly is still the same level of difficulty, so if anyone couldn't deal with the breakdown, they probably will still hate the reassembly.
 

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I've seen it too but there's no way i can make this happen
You still need to push it pretty deep to clear that hook
Maybe he did something to his gun to make it easier?
 

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I've seen it too but there's no way i can make this happen
You still need to push it pretty deep to clear that hook
Maybe he did something to his gun to make it easier?
File your fingernails long and narrow and it'll be a piece of cake.

Not sure that really counts as tool-less since he substituted his fingernail for the tool.

Agree that it really depends on the tolerance stacking of the gun in question. Don't think that'll work on mine but I might play around with it tonight trying.
 

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Umarex/Walther really need to redesign that thing so no tools really are necessary. Couldn't they incorporate a takedown system similar to the Modell 9? My nearly hundred-year-old pocket pistol is a cinch to take down and of similar design insofar as the takedown system is concerned.

-Pilotsteve
 
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