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Old 03-16-2012, 10:30 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Caliber .45 Disassembly/assembly instructions

xwww.hardscrabblefarm.com/vn/1911-cleaning.html
Copy and paste to your browser and remove the "X".

I know just about everybody here can do this in the dark and while blindfolded, but here it is anyhow.

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Old 03-16-2012, 01:24 PM   #2
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Could have used this resource a while back.

Had a phone call from an acquaintance a couple of weeks ago, called me to ask how to field strip his brand new Kimber 1911.

I couldn't tell him in words!

Had to get a 45 and tell him in words what I was doing, confused the hell out of him, partly because he'd never had "The Naming of Parts" class. Partly because I was confusing my self by trying to tell him what to do next.

Had to put him on speakerphone, close my eyes, disassemble the piece and explain what I had just done.

Piece of cake!

This is abso;utely true, I blame it on my BP meds messing with my head, but early senility might be a factor.

But I wonder how many years I've been doing this unconsciously.

Just sent him a copy of your link!

Thanks again!

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The first time was at Paris Island in 1974.I have owned three 1911 models since then.A stainless steel Taurus now feeds on my reloads.
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Could have used this resource a while back.

Had a phone call from an acquaintance a couple of weeks ago, called me to ask how to field strip his brand new Kimber 1911.

I couldn't tell him in words!

Had to get a 45 and tell him in words what I was doing, confused the hell out of him, partly because he'd never had "The Naming of Parts" class. Partly because I was confusing my self by trying to tell him what to do next.

Had to put him on speakerphone, close my eyes, disassemble the piece and explain what I had just done.

Piece of cake!

This is abso;utely true, I blame it on my BP meds messing with my head, but early senility might be a factor.

But I wonder how many years I've been doing this unconsciously.

Just sent him a copy of your link!

Thanks again!

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You Sir, are quite welcome.

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Had to get a 45 and tell him in words what I was doing, confused the hell out of him, partly because he'd never had "The Naming of Parts" class. Partly because I was confusing my self by trying to tell him what to do next.
Man, I know how that is.

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Old 03-16-2012, 09:18 PM   #5
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You do know the series 70 or prior models can be totally taken down by using tools built into the gun itself, right?
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You do know the series 70 or prior models can be totally taken down by using tools built into the gun itself, right?
Yes Sir!

One of the very few miliary handguns ever issued generally that is/was it's own toolkit.

Also true BTW of the 1911a1 Mil-spec from Springfield, and a contributing factor to my owning three of them.

Ummm, last one bought in 2002 IIRC, not sure of current versions but should bw true of anything claiming to be a 'GI' or military spec piece.

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Yes Sir!

One of the very few miliary handguns ever issued generally that is/was it's own toolkit.

Also true BTW of the 1911a1 Mil-spec from Springfield, and a contributing factor to my owning three of them.

Ummm, last one bought in 2002 IIRC, not sure of current versions but should bw true of antthing claiming to be a 'GI' or molotary spec piece.

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It should if it's a truly GI copy but you never know, there are too many out there now. I've only dealt with Colt. A very wise man once told me "It's got to have the silver horse with the arrow in it's mouth, otherwise, do not trust it" Yes, my grandfather even had a shooting range built in his basement.
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Old 03-17-2012, 12:51 AM   #8
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I had someone call me to ask how to disassemble their Kimber. Well, it had a coned barrel on it, and no bushing.

Fortunately, the Detonics is built the same way, so I was able to walk him through it over the phone.
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