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Old 03-19-2012, 03:22 AM   #1
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Any tricks to keeping the barrel link in place when reassembling to get the slide stop back in correctly?

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Old 03-19-2012, 04:45 AM   #2
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It's fairly a cake maneuver......unless you have the magazine installed. This would give the impression of the link not lining up when in fact, it's lined just fine.

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Turn it over.

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Oil it....

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Try oiling it.

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Thanks peoples'

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Watch out for the inevitable "Crescent of Shame"!
Oh yes!

Im ashamed to say that i done it "one time" the very first time that i cleaned mine. its not as bad as some ive seen, Its there but its hard to see :-(
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Im ashamed to say that i done it "one time" the very first time that i cleaned mine. its not as bad as some ive seen, Its there but its hard to see :-(
You know there's an app for that?

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You know there's an app for that?

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I thought you were joking until i saw the photo, thats awesome. Lol
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