What is your least favorite gun to field strip

What is your least favorite gun to field strip

This is a discussion on What is your least favorite gun to field strip within the Firearm Cleaning & Maintenance forums, part of the General Firearm Discussion category; Don't get me wrong, for some demented reason I enjoy cleaning my guns. Just some guns always like to draw blood when I field strip. ...

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    What is your least favorite gun to field strip

    Don't get me wrong, for some demented reason I enjoy cleaning my guns. Just some guns always like to draw blood when I field strip. In my case it would be my Kahr CW9. Every time I clean it I get some form of cut on my hands while field stipping this little monster.


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    Ruger 22/45 . Damn it to hell.
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    Ruger Mark III sucks! But great to shoot. Best gun to field strip is my wifes Neos:Pic is not hers. Hers is pink of course:neos.jpg

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    Least Favorite: Colt 1911, due to the inordinate difficulty in turning the barrel bushing; need a separate easy-to-lose special tool to turn the barrel bushing.

    Most Favorite: HK P7M8. Grab slide with left hand, depress takedown button with thumb of left hand, draw slide to the rear, lift slide off of frame. Takes far less time to do it than to read the previous sentence.

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    Unquestionably my Ruger MarkII.

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    Anything which requires a specialty tool to take down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Anything which requires a specialty tool to take down.
    +1 with this

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    Ruger Mark III
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    My Ruger MK II is such a pain in the butt. There are some really good videos on YouTube for getting it back together properly.

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    I find Ruger Mk series to be pretty easy actually once you know how. Worst one as far as I'm concerned is any 1911. Hate those barrel bushings. Easiest is the Glock.
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