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Old December 30, 2012, 02:41 AM   #8
Kanos
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Join Date: December 23, 2012
Posts: 5
Thanks for the info. Very easy to understand. I was surprised at how little my Canik manual said about the pistols operation, but I suppose they believe it to be common knowledge.

CANT WAIT to fire this weapon. I got some snap caps and have been dry firing it single and double action to smooth the trigger out and learn proper trigger control.

Something I just noticed is a tiny piece of finish missing right by the ejector port of the weapon. No moving part could touch it, so it must have been my own doing. Oh well, it's my first pistol and I'm building character.

Do you believe I should strip the weapon and clean out all the excess oil it was shipped in? I've heard either way, and I'm hesitant to do being inexperienced. I would want to improperly oil/assemble my weapon and have it malfunction on the range.

Thanks,
Kanos
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