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BY the time I even "think" about snapping the picture, the case would be rolling around on the floor!

Yes, those are really NEAT pictures!
 

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Great pics! I printed up the other posting you had on how to remove the extractor. Going to attempt that over the weekend.

This is a big request; How about a video or picture series showing a detail strip of one of the P series.

I would love to detail strip my P944, only thing that stops me is a fear of damaging something by removing it incorrectly or not being able to reassemble the pieces back into a functioning gun.

I did detail strip my Mossy 500 with a homemade video that someone had posted online.

Again, great pics! Thanks
 

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ya know they pay alot for folks that can take pictures like. Those pictures look like something ya would see on one of the shooting shows or magazines. Great work pal.
 

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quote:Originally posted by cmp944

Great pics! I printed up the other posting you had on how to remove the extractor. Going to attempt that over the weekend.

This is a big request; How about a video or picture series showing a detail strip of one of the P series.

I would love to detail strip my P944, only thing that stops me is a fear of damaging something by removing it incorrectly or not being able to reassemble the pieces back into a functioning gun.

I did detail strip my Mossy 500 with a homemade video that someone had posted online.

Again, great pics! Thanks
Never stripped a P944 but if they're like P90s (and I think they're quite similiar) they are easy to work on. In my experience a schematic can be intimidating to look at in and of itself. When you study it with the pistol (UNLOADED) in your hand, and begin disassembly, the parts relationships, and how they operate (themselves and as part of the whole gun)) becomes more apparent. Take your time and you'll learn how to do it.
 
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