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Old 06-24-2020, 09:58 PM
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After having posted a sticky on the Disassembly/Assembly of the Model 52, has anyone actually followed the instructions by taking apart their Model 52 down to the last screw?
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I've worked on a few, But short of something broken I wouldn't recommend stripping it down completely unless you are comfortable with reassembly of the lockwork and adjusting the trigger pull/play. Be careful of the sear spring pin and sear, slide stop button and stock screw studs, those should not be removed unless you need to refinish the frame for some reason. The hardest part of the slide would be removing the sight. Tap off toward the extractor side, reverse to put it on. Extractor pin, drive out from top down, reverse to reassemble.
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