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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dont,,,,just dont,,, remove the triger and you should never oil a triger any how, it could cause them to fire off when you least wont them to,,and bullets kill you know? so its realy is best not to take the triger to bits,,,i give mine a quick splash of wd40 every 5 years or so??? or after 3000 rounds have been fired
just cearfully swob the barrel out and dry it well then oil the out sides and the wood work, job done then
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
If it is just parts you are looking for, go to gunparts.com. Or jackfirst, I'm not sure if jack is online or not, but he is big. Gunparts catalog has a schematic for every gun ever made. I can send you the page if you need it.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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