Good detail strip and reassembly videos for series 80 1911's and some good tricks to put those tricky parts back in!
Ask a gunsmith for help
Best left to a gunsmith
Best to ask a gunsmith for help.
take it to a gunsmith to insure disassembly is done right.
Visit Youtube.com and search "reassemble 1911". The commander model is the same as the government model, when it comes to assembly. There are variances depending on what accessories or upgrades you have on your 1911.
Your best bet is to find a gunsmith and ask for help.
You can request a manual for free at the S&W website.
Contact Berett for a owner's manual or find a gunsmith and ask for help
Request an owner's manual from the manufacturer. Not all 1911 types disassemble the same.
For use in WW1. A bigger caliber was needed for close combat fighting!
Go to this site and click on Colt .25 hammerless. It will bring up the instuctions http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm
A 22 caliber pistol holds a dose of 22 caliber ammo.
Go to Colt's web site and request an owner's manual.
Based on the records I have, that Colt commander was made in 1977.
750$ to 1000$ and it really depends on the condition. ============ Besides condition, it also depends on model and modifications. I purchased a basic used one for $500 and a gunsmith "tricked out" one for $1500.
value depends on overall condition............
on the right side of a crvena zastava-cal 7.65mm mod70 pistol you will see a round pin above the trigger push that pin out and the pistol will disassemble by pulling the slide forward. johnny
how to breakdown and load 38 caliber iver johnson pistol?
This is a .22 caliber air pistol not a .177 caliber pistol. See the link below for the owners manual.
The 50 caliber pistol is the highest pistol which can be purchased without the need for a permit. Some pistol shotguns exist which can be 75 caliber weapons.
You need the services of a gunsmith.
Caliber .45 long Colt