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Exploded Diagrams

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Chrome, Jul 23, 2007.

  1. crew590

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    Thanks guys, I never even thought about the manual. :banghead: I feel like an idiot sometimes.

    Chrome, thank you for you work and congratulations on the sticky.

    Jay
     
  2. Chrome

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    I've learned quite a bit from THR. Doing this is the least I can do to give something back.

    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  3. Chrome

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    Springfield Armory XD-9 As requested. This covers the Tactical, Service, and Compact versions (the only difference mechanically is the recoil spring assembly).

    I'm thinking S&W M&P next. Anybody else got another suggestion?

    Later,
    Chrome...
     

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  4. brashboy

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    Chrome, you are an officer and a gentleman. Thank you very much.
     
  5. Chrome

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    Here is another one you might get some use out of brashboy.

    Taurus PT-111

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    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  6. Chrome

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    Here is a Ruger P95. I apologize in advance for it's poor quality.

    Later,
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  7. hapuna

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    Where is the Glock diagram that you first saw. I might be interested in that one.
     
  8. Chrome

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    Sadly it's been taken down for reasons unknown. I will send you a PM with it. Please note it is not my work though.

    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  9. 1man

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    Does anyone know if there is one for HK USP(fullsize and/or compact) and for Sig Sauer P-series?
     
  10. Chrome

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    There isn't, but I'll see if I can't make one.

    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  11. 1man

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    Thanks Chrome!
     
  12. wacki

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    Anyone have a diagram for the Sig Sauer P226?
     
  13. Chrome

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    Here is the Sig P230 and P226.

    Later,
    Chrome...

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  14. Polekat

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    The S&W M&P .45 would be great and a SW 1911. The SW1911 has a firing pin safety and external extractor.

    Thank you for what you are doing.....
     
  15. The_Antibubba

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    A toughie

    As long as you're taking requests--

    Can you find one for the 1903 Colt? I don't know if the 1908 differs or not.
     
  16. TheDisturbed1

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    You wouldnt happen to make Rifle Diagrams... would you? :D
     
  17. ugaarguy

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    Thank You once again Chrome!
     
  19. Chrome

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    Antibubba,

    I'm having a difficult time locating a parts diagram for a 1903 Colt. You wouldn't know where to find one, would you?

    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  20. The_Antibubba

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    Sorry, no--it's a very new piece for me, so I haven't done a lot of digging, yet.
     
  21. TheDisturbed1

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    New Gun!

    okay, so now I have this awesome CZ-52 with no books or know-how... you wouldnt happen to have a diagram of a CZ-52, would ya?
     
  22. Autolycus

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    HK P2000 and P2000sk if possible.
     
  23. Pitmaster

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    A Walther P9 would be nice.
     
  24. Ops Officer

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    Chrome, I'm amazed at the quality. You're bound to get backlogged with requests. I downloaded a S&W revolver drawing with an exploded view of the components. But the drawing was so poor it is practically useless. I couldn't read the numbers that correspond to the part. Here I am with two S&W 625s without a decent drawing of an exploded view of the parts. Any possibility?
     
  25. Polekat

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    These exploded diagrams might make a great idea to be sold on cd for IBM and MAC users. A part time job opportunity???????
     

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