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eldy
08-01-2009, 6:05 PM
Decided to get 'er really clean on the occasion that my 3mm cupped punch set came in from Top Gun today.

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/attachment.php?attachmentid=29585

Let me know if there is any interest in seeing the a high-resolution plan view of the internals.

Sheepdog1968
08-01-2009, 6:08 PM
Very cool.

QuarterBoreGunner
08-01-2009, 6:36 PM
You're missing a piece.






Wait... no, there it is.

liketoshoot
08-01-2009, 6:42 PM
OK, now put on the blind fold and you have 1 minute to get it back together! LOL
So you'll do mine too?

Thanks for the pic.

UBFRAGD
08-01-2009, 6:44 PM
Wow, that is STRIPPED. Very cool.

(ps those TK11's are cool, I have a couple, but I got my TK40 last month and that's pretty much all I use anymore.......)

ojisan
08-01-2009, 6:51 PM
I count 10 springs.

eldy
08-01-2009, 7:39 PM
There are 11 springs; you might be missing the magazine catch spring. :)

I kept that spring in with the little pin so that it wouldn't roll off the plexi. You can see it protruding from the magazine catch stop.

ojisan
08-01-2009, 7:45 PM
Good luck on reassembly!
It's always the springs that make it fun!

Already one has tried to get away...
;)

battleship
08-01-2009, 8:12 PM
How long did it take you to take apart, and how long to reassemble.

RT13
08-02-2009, 12:53 AM
Anyone can take things apart. Putting it back together is a whole different ball game.;)

eldy
08-02-2009, 1:00 AM
The very first time two hours to take apart, clean and then lube/reassemble. I took some time to figure out how the sear, safety lever and hammer worked together and where exactly the parts should be lubricated.

Now, less than five minutes to take apart and ten to put back together at a normal pace while sipping on a Heineken. ;)

Miltiades
08-02-2009, 4:43 AM
I took some time to figure out how the sear, safety lever and hammer worked together and where exactly the parts should be lubricated.

I recently went through the same training exercise, also with a Sig P220ST, using a training video as a guide. I also found that the disassembly was easy, once you knew where to push and rotate. The reassembly is trickiest in the area of the hammer and sear. But you can really get the gun clean and put new lubrication on the places where parts move together.

http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o25/pogo2/SigP220ST06.jpg

FTC
08-02-2009, 7:24 AM
how do you guys remove the firing pin from the slide? is that where the cupped punch comes in?

JTROKS
08-02-2009, 8:50 AM
Anyone can take things apart. Putting it back together is a whole different ball game.;)

Ever see anyone bring a shoebox into a gun shop/smith before? When I used to work at ta gunshop it never fails when someone comes in with a shoebox tucked under their armpit.

ontmark
08-02-2009, 11:14 AM
Good Work
Donít let the cat jump on the table or the dog.
Need something other then the tactical folder for the grip screws.

No really great job
Thanks

scr83jp
08-02-2009, 11:46 AM
Ever see anyone bring a shoebox into a gun shop/smith before? When I used to work at ta gunshop it never fails when someone comes in with a shoebox tucked under their armpit.My gs saw a guy come in with a box of parts wanting him to put them together so he asked who took it apart,the customer gave the name of the shop & he was told take it back to that shop and have them put it together.

eldy
08-02-2009, 12:23 PM
how do you guys remove the firing pin from the slide? is that where the cupped punch comes in?

Yes, for the firing pin positioning pin on the slide. It is much easier to get it out with a cupped punch.

On the stainless models it must be driven out from the right side of the slide to the left (the pin is directional). I also recommend putting a drop of lube on the pin on the left side of the slide and letting it seep in for a day.

BaronW
08-02-2009, 1:06 PM
Wait, where does that knifey-looking part go? :D

bsg
08-02-2009, 2:04 PM
if you wind up having an extra firing pin or extractor once you put her back together, send those parts my way!

AlliedArmory
08-02-2009, 2:10 PM
haha nice pic. hopefully there arn't any extra pieces when you reassemble

M47_Dragon
08-02-2009, 2:43 PM
Wait, where does that knifey-looking part go? :D

I was wondering the same thing... and will I find one if inside my P220 Carry SAO? Maybe a smaller one?

nativeofsandiego
08-02-2009, 2:48 PM
Very cool...

jrau13
08-02-2009, 4:16 PM
Cool.
Nice Benchmade and Fenix as well!

JMB1911
08-02-2009, 7:02 PM
Yes, for the firing pin positioning pin on the slide. It is much easier to get it out with a cupped punch.

On the stainless models it must be driven out from the right side of the slide to the left (the pin is directional). I also recommend putting a drop of lube on the pin on the left side of the slide and letting it seep in for a day.

What are you calling the right side of the slide? Is it the ejection port side or the magazine release side? Thanks.

eldy
08-03-2009, 1:37 AM
What are you calling the right side of the slide? Is it the ejection port side or the magazine release side? Thanks.

Ejection port side. Same direction as removal/installation of the takedown lever.