MAB 7.65 cal modele D

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing Forum' started by HH7, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. HH7

    HH7 New Member

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    I have a WWII MAB Cal 7.65 (.32 ACP) Model D that was given to me from my Grandfather. I went shooting without cleaning or oiling the gun and the front cap and recoil spring came off. I know that was dumb :(. Anyway, I am excited about the gun and have sense cleaned, oiled and it now seems to be functioning properly without firing. Should I be concerned about firing it? If I shouldn't fire it what should I do to get it in firing condition?
     
  2. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    HH- you are not holding it close enuff the the computer for us to give you advice. Lack of lube may prevent functioning, put not parts flying off- that is loose or improperly assembled. It would not hurt to find a smith to take a look at it- and it would be a good idea (and it will not be the first time he has been asked to do that) A tiny bit of info for you- if you do not speak French, computer will translate the page-

    www.littlegun.info/arme%20francaise/artisans%20a%20b/a%20mab%20d%20fr.htm - Translator