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Nice
 

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I wouldn't call it quite enough information to do a trouble free complete disassembly but it's educational.
 

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I know....bad joke :?
Was a pain in the arse to say the least, had to take it to my gunsmith bvuddy and get some much needed help.



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I wouldn't call it quite enough information to do a trouble free complete disassembly but it's educational.
 

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WOW great video that almost makes me consider an m&p 45 over a 1911 theres a lot of pieces :wink:
 

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that almost makes me consider an m&p 45 over a 1911 theres a lot of pieces


While I'm the last person to advocate a 1911 over an M&P (or over a Beretta, Glock, SIG, sharp stick, voodoo magic, etc.) it was a detail disassembly of the 1911 compared to the field strip we normally think of with the M&P. The M&P actually has quite a few little parts itself. Then again, so does the Glock if you really tear it down into all its individual pieces instead of just the pre-assembled components.



You want complicated? Take apart a P7 (which I've witnessed but would never attempt) or the decocking lever mechanism on a Beretta 92G (which we used to describe as "requiring three hands and a small boy" to accomplish).
 

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101Combat Vet said:
WOW great video that almost makes me consider an m&p 45 over a 1911 theres a lot of pieces :wink:
A field strip on a 1911 is about the same as an M&P except that the recoil spring isn't captive and you pop the slide stop out instead of flipping a lever. The M&P actually gives me more grief. The darn M&P disassembly lever tries to turn as the slide goes forward for removal locking things up solid if I'm not careful.
 

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animation is good and makes strippin look simple (all flying in antigravity) but some tiny parts like sear and disconnector are a bit tricky and could get one in trouble. here's one detailed and informative 1911 stippin demo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Bh6K5rNenc
 

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Its kind of like the M&P animation but a lot more detailed and complicated. Very cool to watch. How do these guys make this sort of stuff?
 
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