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HELP...disassembled a used Walther G22 how to reassemble ...

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by usp9, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. usp9

    usp9 Senior Member

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    How does the bolt catch lever and spring fit back together in the reciever? Also, the mag release button feels different. Does something fall off that too when you disassemble? I didn't see any extra parts. Just put $300 into a used gun for my son and I can't figure out from the manual how things fit back together.:banghead:
     
  2. ec-10

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    The parts list I have for the Walther G22 is lost in the pile of papers on my desk so I am not sure which part you are referring to. Maybe these will help.

    This is the lever that keeps the rifle from firing without the magazine being inserted.
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    This is the lever that holds the bolt open when the magazine is empty.
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    Left side internals.
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    Right side internals.
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    Close up of the mag release.
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    Let me know if you need a picture of something else or further explanation.
     
  3. Medusa

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    for the mag release check how tight is the stock screw. i found out that screwing it too tight will get the mag stuck - pressing the button felt peculiar and mag was stuck. i fixed it by relieving the pressure to the point where everything started to work normally.

    My advise - don't disassemble it, you can clean it with boresnake or flex-rod, small parts are true PITA.
     
  4. usp9

    usp9 Senior Member

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    These posts were of great help and solved my problems. Thanks for the help. My son shot it today and loved it. He's a lefty and this is his gun.
     

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