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Old 02-03-2009, 01:04 AM   #1
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HELP! My father in law called tonight, he has a Luger .22 LR that he took to a gunsmith so that he could take it apart to clean. Well the guy lost a couple of springs and detent balls I guess, and he doesnt know how to put it back together again........anyone that has a parts list and drawings?? or what to do? HELP!
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Old 02-03-2009, 01:23 AM   #2
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HELP! My father in law called tonight, he has a Luger .22 LR that he took to a gunsmith so that he could take it apart to clean. Well the guy lost a couple of springs and detent balls I guess, and he doesnt know how to put it back together again........anyone that has a parts list and drawings?? or what to do? HELP!
Thanks, Don Dever
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So the gunsmith isn't really a gunsmith? Man would I be pissed... Probably wouldn't go back there... Hope it works out for ya

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bekami - please try to keep your posts together. You have info in the "Introductions", "Curios and Relics", and here.

One thread will help you better than posting 4-5 times in other threads.

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