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Old 01-02-2014, 03:22 AM   #21
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Look for an arrow button at the bottom of the screen. Press it if it is there then it may say open in browser. I it does open in browser then book mark it. Not sure what phone you are using but I can do that on my iPhone.
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Note 2, it only gives me the option to play from YouTube or open in the Internet. I wish I could download the video to my phone and play anywhere. But thanks for the help.

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I use hex head screws on most of my grips so I don't need a screwdriver. A small brass punch and the the hex head that comes with most screws to take out the MSH is all I need. I learned by taking one apart and putting it back together a few times. It really is a simple weapon unless you start messing with the internals and start changing pieces parts.
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I use hex head screws on most of my grips so I don't need a screwdriver. A small brass punch and the the hex head that comes with most screws to take out the MSH is all I need. I learned by taking one apart and putting it back together a few times. It really is a simple weapon unless you start messing with the internals and start changing pieces parts.
I'm gonna take my Sr1911 apart completely in the next couple days just to do it. I've never done it before and would like to try my hand at it.

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Easy peasy
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Easy peasy
We will see.

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I'm a gunsmith and there's a really good app if u have android its called " gun dissassembly " it has many different guns including the colt 1911 u can virtually dissassemble it it will help u out its helped me out a lot

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It's a Cool app but I wouldn't go suggesting people use it to learn how to take down their guns. It isn't entirely accurate and doesn't warn about launching springs etc.

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Well its a good basic as far as how things come out in order

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I have always been into guns he'll I was teething on the butt of a .357 so its second nature to me but to learn the basics of how to do basic disassembly its a good app my mentor is not a big electronic fan but he even said it is a good educational app for any one who want to learn

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I know it won't be 100% accurate but it's definitely a good start for me to learn how to do it. See the parts and how everything works together.

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