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uncle_walty said:
With the spring lifted enough, I push one end in with my finger so I can then have enough to grip the other end with my fingers to pull it out. After it is pushed in from one end, don't need to keep lifting the spring since the notch has cleared. Same for my M9, S9 and M357.
got it! So it should be from the outside but which side?

.... and reverse process to put it back.... insert the lever or a portion thereof on which side [does it matter which side to insert it]?

the instruction on step 6... gently pull up on the exposed end of the manual safety catch spring*.
* i hope the picture of manual safety catch spring was included on the pix after it was removed from the frame... and how am I suppose to put it back? or was this spring* in the action carrier? :wink:

Sorry guys Im at work.... dont have the M9 with me. My computer at home is down! .... need your patience...

was that the no. 28 part in the manual, the paper clip should it be applied to the no. 27 part? .... :arrow: :oops:

I have to rehearse everhing in my brain before I do anything....

I want to clean my baby... its now a white elephant.. but just for now.

Will give you a range report on Monday, hopefully.
 

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I got pretty busy with work after my last post....

Yes, I was able to disassemble it perfectly... THANKS!

Thanks bigtaco and to everyone here!

Got it finally broken down and second issue was putting it back!

I learned that I have to lift the slide catch when putting back the disassembly lever so that the slide catch spring would move up allowing the lever to enter perfectly [the slide catch spring blocks the deadend entrance, I saw it as I was wondering how couldnt I fully insert the disassembly lever back]. Took me a while to realize it as I peeped into the hole for the lever I saw this "wire", which was part of the catch spring, moved the catch and it disappeared. Spent about two sticks of cigarettes with my nervous hands to move on! :oops:

Cleaned it the night before the day to the range.

Im still busy at work. I had two sessions at the range after the cleaning. The first was the 24th of September and the second was on the 29th. The range report that I posted was just of the 24th.
 
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