An ILLUSTRATED Take Apart That 1911

An ILLUSTRATED Take Apart That 1911

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    Post An ILLUSTRATED Take Apart That 1911

    There are two pages at this link - Page One & Page Two with "Step By Step" text & photos to help you new .45 owners pop apart your 1911 Pistol. I hope that it helps you out.
    Click Here To Take Apart Your Colt Or Colt Clone 1911 Pistol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    There are two pages at this link - Page One & Page Two with "Step By Step" text & photos to help you new .45 owners pop apart your 1911 Pistol. I hope that it helps you out.
    Click Here To Take Apart Your Colt Or Colt Clone 1911 Pistol.
    Where's the link to put it back together???

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    Oh...that - Take the gun apart - Clean all the parts & then put them in a shoebox & take them to the nearest gunsmith.
    Seriously...if anybody slowly/carefully takes a Govt. apart (and thinks about what they're doing while doing it) by putting it back together again right away - they should have absolutely no problems.
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    Where's the link to put it back together???

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    Darned handy reference QK - in case anyone forgets or, of course - great for newbies.
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    is like owning a piano and assuming that you are a musician!."


    http://www.rkba-2a.com/ - a portal for 2A links, articles and some videos.

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    Neat!

    Would be useful if you wanted just some certain parts to be sent off somewhere to be worked on.

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    that is a good link

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