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Old 06-13-2012, 03:40 PM   #11
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Glad you liked it...I've got ideas for a couple more.


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Great video, but have you torn down the frame and safety plus the trigger assembly. That is what I would love to see a video of.
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What you are referring to is a "detail stripping" ... yes, I have done it, I'm not as comfortable with doing it just because I do not do it very often. On a pistol that is a range gun, there's no huge need to detail strip it often. I field strip after every shooting session, clean, lube, etc.
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