The pistol is shown cocked and unloaded and the safety is disengaged, but the sear is locked by the grip safety. Depress them and cover their hole in the lever until you can insert the lever far enough into the receiver to block the hole. Take another look at the top-lever spring. These were the early days of the automatic pistol, and they were still trying to figure everything out. Got these disassembly instructions off the net. Messages 7, Likes 15, Points
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Remove the buttplate or recoil pad and remove the stock bolt. The recoil spring is secured by a bushing with bayonnette-style lugs on the front of the slide. But with 40F and a wind blowing I think my ammo got cold, and after the first box of shells, started to fail to eject. Another screw 41 wearing thread locker runs through it and threads into the locking cam This could cause the wood to crack as I have seen many times. The black plastic block at the front, which houses the firing pin, then simply pushes down into place.
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With the bolt face removed, the striker, striker spring guide pin, and striker spring come out. Tools and Wood with Bob Smalser. I was very careful in photographing the dis-assembly but it would have been really handy to have this post literally 24 hrs ago. Remember, if you work on your own gun, I don't accept responsibility if things go badly. It was made about
We did disassemble , cleaned, and reassembled. Early guns with the longer cut may be considered rare. The Citori, introduced in , also featured a box-lock action, a single selective trigger, and automatic ejectors. It was a 32acp that was totally stripped of any finish and had a few pits. Where can I find the 7. I didn't notice if it did this before but now it will sometimes not cock. The checkered black plastic grips are held to the frame by a single screw, and the left grip has an integral thumb rest.