Follow owner's manual instructions. If you don't have one, take it to a gunsmith.
Best to ask a gunsmith for assistance.
S&W never made a Model 69 semi-auto pistol
Go to this site and click on Colt .32 & 380 hammerless. This will bring up PDF file on that model on how to take it apart. http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm
Contact S&W and ask for a owner's manual. You can also download one from their website or ask a gunsmith for help.
If you don't have an owner's manual, take it to a gunmsith and ask for help
That really depends on the condition. Take it to a gunsmith or appraiser or go to auctionarms.com to get an idea of what they are selling for.
Take it to a gunsmith and ask for help
check out: http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm
Try to fire it then if it does not fire the firing pin isnt in
you can take it apart and take out the orange barrel part and the rail at the top.
You need to ask a gunsmith for help.
Need to know who made it. Need to know if it is a bolt action, pump, or semi-auto. Does it have a model number on it?
Depends entiely on how far apart your Italian auto pistol has been taken down. At this point, your best bet is to put all parts in a bag or box, and take them to a gunsmith. I can guarantee yours will NOT be the first gun-in-a-box he will have seen.
To cock a semi automatic shotgun simply insert the round you wish to use and pull the slide back then take the safety off and fire.
email me & I'll send you a scan of the parts-take-down manual.
you have to take the door apart. from there if you can't figure it out then you probably need to take it to a mechanic
In auto lathe machine, All the processes is automatic from the beginning to the end . Machine take working pieces from the workpiece box where all the pieces loaded initially,then all the processes done on the workpieces as per the command is given initially . final product comes out finally. But in semi lathe machine , all the work is same as automatic lathe but feed is not automatic it done by manually by technician .
It's best left to a gunsmith. Look one up and see if he will let you look on as it is done. Many steps are required.
What are you wanting to take apart on your Continental?
To take it apart you have to unscrew all the screws on one of the sides and it should come apart.
Hi, i have a remnigton 12 gauge semi automatic mohawk 48 and i think they were only made for 4 years in the early 60s or early 70s. As far as price i have heard of people buying them right around 200 dollars. Im really not to sure about the 20 gauge you might want to take it to gun appraiser.
first thing is first are you talking about the cobra dance if you are i can help you first you take your arms out and put then on your sides but lift them up like a airplane arms then wiggle your body around.and that`s how you do the cobra
yes but it would take time and money when you fire a semi the pressure form the gas of the rounds power exploding pushes the bolt back and another round is loaded in to the chamber as with bolt action you must manually move the bolt
Made in 1938. Value depends on condition. it is too varied. Take it to a gunshop for appraisal auto5man
What are you trying to get to that you need to take apart the dash?