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Thanks. I guess I will have to look up a number to call. I want to disassemble,but I am afraid to until I get get it.
 

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Not if you have the captive spring. It was a pretty worthless tool to begin with. A screwdriver, section of cleaning rod, Allen wrench all did the same thing. Kept the long spring from kinking while being compressed. Sure took Walther forever to install a captive spring. Last discussion I had with the guy in charge was providing one and an aluminum slide. Said he's give them some though. If we were still in contact I'd ask....where is that aluminum slide? Hahaha...1917
 
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