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Odd, I thought I remembered pics of this too, but can't find them now. It's easy though.

Look at the rear end of the slide and observe the black plastic insert at the back. That insert is what blocks your access to the fring pin. This insert is removable, but is held in place by a spring-loaded retaining pin. You have to retract this pin using a small screwdriver, then you can remove the plastic piece by pulling it out the bottom of the slide. With that out of the way, you can pull out the firing pin.

It's easy, but if you need pics I can get them later tonight or tomorrow.
 

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Just to add a bit of clarification, in case it's not obvious to anyone who hasn't done this before...
Pic 1 shows the loaded chamber indicator. You don't need to remove the rear sight (as in pic 1) to get at the firing pin; it's only necessary if you want to remove the LCI.

Nice pics MrA. 8)
 
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