Thread: S&W cleaning
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Old February 5, 2009, 12:48 PM   #26
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Just another thought, now that I have had the experience of disassembling a Smith without knowing up front what was involved and what tools I needed to get it back together, I won't be doing it again unless I do have the proper stuff, especially the rebound spring tool. That thing is a pain in the butt to get back in there. I marred a few things up trying to ghetto rig it back together. Still works fine, but man, I am glad it's a "project gun." I wouldn't do this to a revolver that you care anything about. Not saying I don't care what I do to this one, but it was already beat up and a few more scratches won't hurt it. It's just gonna be a hunting/fishing/camping/truck back up gun anyway, so it's gonna get blemishes.
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