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Old 02-10-2011, 01:03 AM   #21
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Thank you for getting back with us and good job in figuring out the problem. Thumbs up!

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Old 04-05-2011, 02:36 AM   #22
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If anyone ever needs any info (such as the original papers that came with the gun), feel free to message me and I'll be glad to send them to you. Have a great day!
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Now that you mention it.....lol
I was just getting ready to message you and tell you it was the 'disconnector' and i got to the bottom of the thread and ..BAM you figured it out! This is a common problem on this little pistol. I know two others who are looking for the same part. Could I send you some $ and you make / send me a copy of the "paperwork"? I just inhertited my grandfathers little unique and I made a set of Walnut grips for it. The plastic grips had solvent melt issues. They are a neat little pistol, and very accurate with the right ammo. If you can help with the paperwork let me know what you need from me! Greatly appreciate it!
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I'll probably just copy it and post it on here if that's okay. I'll try to remember to do it some time today.

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http://s1082.photobucket.com/albums/j367/SuttonApsey/?action=view&current=f2f7d708.jpg&evt=user_media_s hare
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That's the one side of it. The other side simply shows you how to take the slide off... Please let me know if their is anything you can't read and I'd be happy to retake the pictures. Also, be sure to save these, I can't promise they'll be on my photobucket account forever.
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:19 PM   #25
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Thanks alot. I printed AND saved the pics. I would have never believed I would find a copy.....You helped alot!!!! Nice pistol by the way.
Just made a set of Walnut grips for mine, the plastic grips had solvent melt issues and warped up pretty bad. It was to the point that the screws for the grips would not even start because they were warped so bad that the holes were off.
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Very cool. Glad I could help! Luckily my grips are still going strong even after 50 years or so... It's a cool little pistol, I just wish I could find that disconnector piece..
The last time I was out shooting it did a triple tap thing where it shot 3 rounds incredibly fast even though I only pulled the trigger once, I don't feel safe shooting it any more so I'll probably store it away until I can find the piece online somewhere... Oh well.

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Very cool. Glad I could help! Luckily my grips are still going strong even after 50 years or so... It's a cool little pistol, I just wish I could find that disconnector piece..
The last time I was out shooting it did a triple tap thing where it shot 3 rounds incredibly fast even though I only pulled the trigger once, I don't feel safe shooting it any more so I'll probably store it away until I can find the piece online somewhere... Oh well.
Be advised that if any BATFE folks ever see this or hear of it - you'll get a visit for having an unlicensed full-auto pistol...
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