To celebrate over 2000 flawless rounds through my M&P 9mm, I'm going to treat it to a nice bath. I thought you guys might want to see the small parts in this pistol. I'm going to do some trigger polishing while I have it apart.
That is both impressive and SCARY!. I can field strip and clean my M&Ps, but I would be hard pressed to put them back together if I took them apart like you did. My compliments on your superior mechanical skills.
Close your eyes while I mix up all the parts! :twisted: MUAHAHAHAHA!
BTW, when you open your eyes I'll tell you that I've secretly swapped one of the parts with something from a Glock 17 ... and oh yes, did I forget to mention that one of the parts is also in my back pocket! :twisted: MUAHAHAHAHAHA!
So, did you find a guide to take it apart that far or did you just figure it out on your own?
I'm able to strip my Sigs down to that point but I also had an armorers video to guide me the first couple times. I'd like to be able to take my M&P down that far but am wary of doing so without some instruction.
I didn't have a guide to go by. Knowing how a Glock is disassembled will help more than anything. I have worked on many guns over the years. And I have learned to just take it one piece at a time. Exploded drawings can help if you are not sure how a part is supposed to fit. Part of the enjoyment of the firearm, for me, is figuring out how every mechanical piece works; and why they do what they do.
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