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Directions for detail disassembly of TC Contender?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Molasses, Apr 13, 2008.

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  1. Molasses

    Molasses Member

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    I'd like to do a complete teardown and inspection of my pre-G2 Contender and am looking for directions. I'm not talking about; "remove the forend screws, then the hinge pin and the barrel comes off", but rather a how-to for disassembling the action down to the last pin, screw and spring. And put it all back together without having any leftover pieces and have it still work. ;)

    My search fu is weak. Tried the search function on here and one or two other firearms boards and a general search of the 'net and have nothing to show for it. Anyone got a link for what I'm looking for? Or even a title for a disassembly/reassembly book that ACTUALLY includes the Contender (so far I've been striking out on every one of those I've tried, too).
     
  2. WSM MAGNUM

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    This is a link for a download of instructions for the T/C Encore, but it should be the same for a Contender frame. It is a CD download and it is an excellent instruction manual for disassembly/assembly and for doing a trgger job.

    http://www.bellmtcs.com/Prod_and_Serv/free_cd.htm
     
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  4. Molasses

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    I knew I could rely on the folks here for what I was looking for. Thanks much.
     
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    Disregard.
     
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