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Non-Firing Western Revolver Maintenance???

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Old 05-06-2008, 01:56 AM   #1
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hey i took apart my non-firing replica western revolver last night because it was not working smothly.... i cleaned it up, much to my dismay there was alot of dirt in the internals ... i cleaned all of it up and lightly lubed it but i must say i forgot to see where everything was before i took everything apart....actually some of the springs went flying across my shop... fortunatly i found all of them BUT... i cannot figure out how to, and where to put the parts together at i know where and how to put the cylinder and the tringer and the hammer... but i have 2 springs and one part that conects to the hammer that locks the cylinder at full cock.... so i just need a basic layout of how and where to place all of my parts.... id be much obliged for any insight and info... thanks


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