I am afraid to field strip it as I'm not sure how to do that and get it reassembled correctly. The pistol consistently extracted and loaded, but seemed to have a failure to cock upon returning to battery. Two of those hold the grip panels, and one is really only a screwhead that tops the pin holding the striker and spring in place. As a fan and collector of older guns, these are pretty much SOP for a new addition to the collection. Additionally, as we use and practice with our firearms, we often realize or rationalize that one or more of our guns that previously satisfied a particular need are not quite as good for their role as that shiny object we read about in TTAG. Right, onto the tear down- Remove the magazine via the bottom magazine release, and open action to ensure that the firearm is unloaded. The next step was to set up a range session to see what it could really do.
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I wouldnt mess with taking it apart yourself. The bottom will "Hinge" up, exposing the recoil spring and firing pin springs. The Luger pistol may well be the most coveted collector handgun of modern time, and it is easy to understand why. Get the top stories delivered right to your inbox every week. Thanks for all the info. Yes it is the same gun as I recall grip safety was the part not working correctly, I'm glad that was an easy fix for you. He agreed and we both set forth on our tasks.
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Matt61 The two main landing gear wheels are positioned on the wings. Lugers handle maximum loads with aplomb. Do you already have an account? The zinc alloy guns were phased out at the end of the 60's and replaced by the totally re-designed KGP, in. The grips are the original, fully checkered walnut panels.
A sense of humor is also very, very helpful. Push firing pin spring and guide into firing pin until end of guide can be pushed into its notch in top of slide. My dad took a Chinese broomhandle off a dead Chinese soldier. Allow the slide to return to battery. I have a Luger and beleive me Since we were just killing rocks and leaves, I have no idea how really accurate one can be with a Luger.