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Unread 11-19-2023, 08:31 PM   #11
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Pipecleaners are an excellent utensil to reach in difficult areas.
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You don't need to remove that screw to perform a proper cleaning.
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You don't need to remove that screw to perform a proper cleaning.
Yes, I understand the sideplates can be removed with the hammers intact by removing the left plate screw. As of yet I havenít done that, though I want to. The left hammer lets go with minimal trigger pull, very similar to a target rifle. I imagine a thorough cleaning of the lock may illeviate this. I read somewhere that the hammers should be at full cock before removing the plates. When I muster up enough courage to proceed I will remove the locks. Iím slow but methodical. So far, just slow.
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