This is a discussion on Removing the Striker Assembly to Disassemble an M&P within the Reference & "How To" Forum forums, part of the Related Topics category; Hi All! I had a friend on another forum who was having difficulty removing the slide from his M&P. In an effort to help him ...
Hi All! I had a friend on another forum who was having difficulty removing the slide from his M&P. In an effort to help him out, I put the below video together. I decided to go ahead and post it here in case anyone else has a similar problem.
HR, well done instructional video: easy to follow, understand, and learn.
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Good info , just in case . Thank you.
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Easy to follow and very well done.
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Well done...very clear instructional.
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Thanks fellas! I'm glad it was helpful!
@hrfunk Very nice video. The one thing that has prevented me from removing the locking block and trigger assembly on my M2.0 compact is that I don't have a "slave pin". Is there a way to do the reassembly without a "slave pin"?
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