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Exploded Diagrams

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

  1. Powell

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    sorry i did not get one
     
  2. dschulte

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    I have been searching for a diagram of the Walther P99c QA. It is different than the P99.

    Thank you in advance,
    David
     
  3. nelsito

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    Taurus PT640 or PT640 PRO diagram

    Hey Chrome,

    Nice work on the diagrams!

    Would you happen to have one of the Taurus PT640 or PT640 PRO would you? Can you add this to your to-do list as well?

    Thanks and keep up the good work! ;)
     
  4. SCKimberFan

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    Thanks for the XD Chrome. U da man.
     
  5. mike7465

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    Hi,
    Great job!
    How about a Beretta PX4?
    Thanks!
     
  6. Chrome

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    Here is the PT-111 again as the link seems to have disappeared from the previous one.

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    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  7. Jimtexan

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    Brownell's source of exploded diagrams

    If you'll go to brownells.com and, on the Home page, scroll down completely to the bottom of the page. There are a bunch of links down there below a wide, brown line. One of them is <Schematics>. Click on it and you are presented with a bunch of Manufacturer's logos. Click the one you want and they will display the schematics that they have for the guns made by that manufacturer. They're PDFs @ $.99 each. I just got six of them, which they deliver via email with a two-day delay. The schematic includes the exploded diagram, parts list with prices, and the accessories that Brownell's carries for the specific firearm. Pretty cool.
     
  8. leper65

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    How about a Browning Pro-9/40 AKA FNP-9/FNP40

    When you get a chance...

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  9. Shipwreck

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    Chrome - U disappeared from my site lately :p
     
  10. Chrome

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    I've disappeared from a lot of sites lately Shipwreck. The new job is taking a lot more out of me than I anticipated. I'll see if I can't get that done for you leper.

    Later,
    Chrome...
     
  11. daveit

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    Thanks for that XD pic a few pages back. I appreciated the color diagram showing the lube points since I'm a complete newbie when it comes to these things.
     
  12. Rager

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    Requesting a S&W Sigma 9VE if possible.. Thanks, these are great!
     
  14. Chris Plitt

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    If anyone needs Sig diagrams then shoot me a message. I have all of the p22x series and the sigpros as well as the 55x series. And they are all decent PDFs!
     
  15. Dutch1911

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    Outstanding work Chrome.
    Seems you have a lot of resources.
    I've looked high and low for a FULL take down layout for my S&W M&P .40. Newbie gun but nothing out there. If you know of anything please get me a quick detail.

    Dutch
     
  16. rojocorsa

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    Where could I find cutaways of AR15 and AK/AKM rifles?
     
  17. MrSpiffy

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    I'll tag along on this one, as I'm interested in the Ruger MKII. :) Thanks for your hard work, Chrome!
     
  18. Boba Fett

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    SigSauer Diagrams

    SigSauer Exploded View Diagrams

    These diagrams are for the following:

    P220
    P226
    P229
    P229 DAK
    P232
    P239
    P250
    SP2009/2340/2022
    SG550 and SG551
    SG552
    SG556

    Enjoy! :cool:
     
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    is there any hope of finding one of these for the px4 storm full size? does anybody know where i could find one?
     
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    The picture isn't there for the Beretta 92FS (post number 6) anyone have one of those someone that I could see?
     
  24. Gunguy0

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    Hey all, I have been looking for an exploded diagram for the FNP-45 all over the internet. I see here on the fourth page that there is one for the 9 and 40, but I really need the one for the 45. Me thinking I could easily take it apart and put back together again needs some help, Thanks.
     
  25. Gunguy0

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    one more thing..how would i go about ordering one of those parts if say I lost one. Would I have to go through FN directly or through an dealer?
     

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