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Old August 15, 2009, 10:02 PM   #11
James K
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Maybe this is news, but you don't need to take off the barrelled receiver to clean that gun. It is quite enough to remove the bolt and clean it and the bore just as you would if the receiver was part of the grip frame (like the Colt Woodsman).

True, removing the mainspring housing and bolt stop pin can be a pain the first few times, but they will loosen up or you can do some careful polishing and burr removal. But just leave the barrel and receiver alone.

Jim
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