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This is my Beretta 9000S in its holster.



This is my DeSantis Inside the Waistband Holster (IWB)



You always have to take the mag out to remove the slide. Besides it is much safer when there are no bullets in the gun while you clean it also.

In order to remove the slide you must press on a pin that is opposite the teardrop shaped latch. When you depress this pin, it will allow you to turn the teardrop shaped latch 90 degrees.



This will release the slide. You should end up with this.



Once you are to this point simply pull the recoil spring out, then the barrel.



That is the quick and dirty way to disassemble a Beretta 9000S/D
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Old 11-26-2004, 05:52 PM Robl1801 is offline  
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You guys really should label or arrow exactly what you push and pull cause im lost. For example, I have no idea what you push in the pics of the sig to get it to come apart like that.
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Breaking down the SKS


Check the mag/chamber to verify it's not loaded.


Flip lever on reciever cover up and pull out (might take some wiggling). If you do this with the bolt locked back, the spring will pop the reciever cover off without warning.


Reciever cover and spring (they're held together by an aftermarket recoil buffer in this shot)


Pull the bolt & bolt carrier out by pulling back. They may separate...no biggie.


Bolt & bolt carrier


Move this lever behind the gas chamber 45 degrees (aprox) clockwise. It's really hard to move by hand, so I use the flat end of a ball point pen so it doesn't scratch the metal.


Lever at 45 degrees or so...grab the gas chamber and pull out.


Tilt at an angle and the gas piston will drop right out.

I am not sure about this, your SKS may be different but...

Didnt you forget the part where you push in the tab behind the trigger gaurd to remove the receiver/barrel and trigger assembly from the stock? (make sure the safety is on before you do this)

This would be the last step before cleaning if the SKS has the original wood stock. If your SKS has an aftermarket Dragunov style stock, then it will be the first step.

Edit: BTW, none of your pics are loading for me.

Edit: I will do a guide for an HK USP and possibly an AR-15.

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You guys really should label or arrow exactly what you push and pull cause im lost. For example, I have no idea what you push in the pics of the sig to get it to come apart like that.

Well, he rotated the takedown lever 90 degrees and pressed the slide release. This picture should help:




Dang, now I want a SIG. Maybe a P220 shall be my next purchase....

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Also, here you can find videos that show you how to field strip an AK-47 or variant, and an M1 Garand. Also a video that shows you how to detail strip a Glock: http://www.lifelibertyetc.com/RangeBag.aspx

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I am not sure about this, your SKS may be different but...

Didnt you forget the part where you push in the tab behind the trigger gaurd to remove the receiver/barrel and trigger assembly from the stock? (make sure the safety is on before you do this)

This would be the last step before cleaning if the SKS has the original wood stock. If your SKS has an aftermarket Dragunov style stock, then it will be the first step.

Edit: BTW, none of your pics are loading for me.

Edit: I will do a guide for an HK USP and possibly an AR-15.

I didn't see it as necessary for "after the gun range" shooting. However if it was one of those periodic complete break downs, I would have included it. Nice catch though.
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Also, here you can find videos that show you how to field strip an AK-47 or variant, and an M1 Garand. Also a video that shows you how to detail strip a Glock: http://www.lifelibertyetc.com/RangeBag.aspx


Detail strip for the Glock was a badass video--very well done.

Being as I'm a newbie gun owner, how often will I need to do that? Once a year or so with moderate usage for cleaning?

Also, how often to field strip and clean--after each firing session or is once a month a good time frame (again assuming light/moderate use (50-100 rounds/session, 1 session per week)?
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Old 12-01-2004, 12:34 AM OmegaAquinas is offline  
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I clean after each session.
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Old 12-01-2004, 12:36 AM mofugger is offline  
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I dont have any real firearms currently so i'll mock you with my G23 Airsoft

---edit post below!
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Breaking town a black powder revolver (1848, 1851, 1860 type open frame revolvers)

Before we begin:


Remove screw holding wedge pin in place


Remove wedge pin


Pull barrel assembly off, then pull hammer back slightly and remove cylinder


Use nipple wrench to remove nipples from cylinder


Ready for cleaning
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Hehe, you said nipples
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I always thought the percussion cap nipples were machined into the cylinder, I have been enlightened. Thank you.
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I always thought the percussion cap nipples were machined into the cylinder, I have been enlightened. Thank you.


they are parts that can eventually wear out.

My bp rifle takes #11 sized caps, but I have a nipple for it that takes musket caps (quite a bit bigger). More fire = more reliable ignition.
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Anyways , heres my Glock 23 airsoft tear down.




Put Selctor to the center.


Take out the clip.


With your thumb and index fingers pull the slide realease buttons down on both sides.


Slide comes all the way off now.


Yay!


Take out the spring.


Slide the barrel forwards. Then angle it upwards and pull it out.


Slide the inner barrel peice out.. And Yay time to clean!


Assembly is exact opposite. I can tear down and rebuild in 8 seconds
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Minus the selector bit...that is pretty close to a true glock teardown. The only thing missing is the trigger has to be pulled before the slide will move forward on the frame.
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