First off let me say that I am not versed in the appropriate names of each part, but I can take one down and reassemble it. Of course make sure the gun is unloaded. Remove the mag and push back the slide until the half-moon opening on the left side of the gun lines up with half-moon part on the slide stop. Pull the stop out. NOTE: make sure the saftey is on so you do not accidentally slam the hammer down without the slide on (very bad). The slide will slide off the gun frame if pushed forward. Remove the spring out from the spring plug (carefully so it does not fling off somewhere). Your can now slide the barrel FORWARD (I know you tried to pull it out the back and it won't go). This is because it is held in place by the barrel bushing (a clip-like metal piece on the front of the barrel on the outside of the slide). After you have pushed the barrel forward all the way, you can turn this metal clip 1/4 way or so, and it will slip off the barrel. NOW you can pull the barrel out the back as you as no doubt first tried. There is a spring plug that will now also be able to be removed out the front of the slide (carefull not to lose it - as soon as the barrel bushing (the metal clip) is off the barrel, this can fall out. So there you have it. Reasemble by doing the reverse. Oh yes, there will be an L shaped little prong on the left side rear of the frame of the gun that will stop you from moving the slide all the way back so you can reinsert the slide stop. Push that little thang down so you can clear the slide back. Good luck. I, of course take no responsibility for any circumstance that should arrise from you dittling around with your firearm with or without my instructions.
dissasemble pistol. check on line sites re: cleaning the 45 cal. pistol
Ask a gunsmith for assistance.
the colt mark 4 is a 1911 model pistol acp (automatic colt pistol ). 80 series was made during the 1980's but was not made in 40cal. from the colt factory, only in 45acp and 38 super.
value depends on overall condition.....................
it is a Model 39-2 9mm pistol
Best bet is to find a gunsmith
You need to ask a gunsmith for help.
You can purchase the pistol grip for a Stevens model 67 series E 12 gauge shotgun at most gun stores and at most gun shows. You can also purchase this type of accessory at hunting supply stores.
It was made in 1976. It's part of a series of 3 pistols (130 Series). It's either a 130 - BB, a 132 - .22 cal or a 137 - .177 cal pistol.
The Mk IV 380 is a Colt Government Model .380 caliber compact semi-automatic pistol with many of the features of the time tested Government Model .45.
Push in the circle on the grip end of the slide, then the slide will lift off. Clean as you would most any pistol.
S&W never made a Model 69 semi-auto pistol
A Daisy pistol model is a hand held gun like the model 15XT that shoots BB's
500 or so
Between 1921 and 1982, MAB made several pistol models in .25: model A vest pocket pistol model B vest pocket pistol model E pocket pistol model GZ pocket pistol (actually made under license by Spanish gunmaker Echasa, as MAB Espanola) The value will depend on which model it is, which version of that model, and condition. Since 2010, the range for the above pistols is about $50 - $300.
Go to web site listed below and scroll down to Colt MKIV Series 80 & 90 It will provide you with the manual in pdf form.http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm
Benjamin made this model pistol from 1946 to 1985. This was a very popular model.
By the serial number I would say that this is a satin nickel government model, series 70 semiauto. Condition is everything. Take it to a reputable gun shop, pawn dealer or gunsmith and ask them. The closer something is to new in the box (NIB) the more it is worth.
I THINK you mean Jiminez. Go to their website, click downloads, select your model, and download the owner's manual.
If it is a 1911 government model .45, it would have been made about 1913.
no colt made the 1902 pistol