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Webley & Scott 1909

Article about: Yup he was, only this one doen't need manipulation. Simply pulling it down, all it takes for the gun to fall apart. If you only know how my fingers r hurting at the moment.

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    Gentlemen, we are off to Sidney Street

    Besides, who know how to field strip it please? It needs a good cleaning.
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    Try this:

    After checking the chamber to verify the pistol is unloaded, the magazine is inserted, and the trigger pulled. This drops the firing pin. The top of the spring-steel trigger guard is grasped and moved slightly to the rear and down, which disengaged a lug on the trigger guard from a notch in the bottom of the barrel. The barrel and slide can then be pulled off the front of the frame.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi,
    Dont know how to strip it, but what a great little pistol you have thanks for showing us.
    Dave.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Try this:

    After checking the chamber to verify the pistol is unloaded, the magazine is inserted, and the trigger pulled. This drops the firing pin. The top of the spring-steel trigger guard is grasped and moved slightly to the rear and down, which disengaged a lug on the trigger guard from a notch in the bottom of the barrel. The barrel and slide can then be pulled off the front of the frame.

    Cheers, Ade.
    My bad, forgot to mention: it's deactivated. No need to check if it's loaded or not.

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    I guessed it would be given you are in the UK like me.

    But it never hurts to treat anything as live: safety first

    Anyway, did it strip?

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    Anyway, did it strip?
    nope trigger guard doesn't go down

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    Hi
    This has intrigued me now and i have to find out how it strips,lol. I love finding this stuff out.
    Dave.

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    Quote by Panzer 3 View Post
    Hi
    This has intrigued me now and i have to find out how it strips,lol. I love finding this stuff out.
    Dave.
    Found it! it's in russian but pictures tell the story

    http://grozab.livejournal.com/80795.html

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    Just like I thought.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi ph3s,
    Great work even in russian lol, and Ade was right about the trigger guard, thanks for showing it.
    dave.

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