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In case anyone is having a snarl getting the slide plate out easily, an easy tool invention I made worked great. I took a small screw driver and grinded it down to the size that fits the cut in the underslide. I then hammered the tip bent so it would fit in the recess as you pull back on the retention piece and the plate slides off easily without my damn fingers getting in the way.............. :lol:
 

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reverse the pin holding the slide plate then its easier to get on and off with just a jeweler flathead.

the frame take down pin is my main difficulty.
 

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MrApathy said:
reverse the pin holding the slide plate then its easier to get on and off with just a jeweler flathead.

the frame take down pin is my main difficulty.
Ummmmm, I'll check that out, although it isn't a problem anymore :D
 

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for the takedown pin, i start with the pin fully in the trigger guard. as i'm applying good pressure, i rotate the pin up. usually snaps right out. two tries max.

maybe its working the part over. but i've taken mine down lots and still snaps solidly in place when inserted.

i really just wanted to use the word
in a post.
 
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