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Rg .25

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by eric2030, Feb 20, 2012.

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  1. eric2030

    eric2030 Member

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    Can anyone tell me how to take apart an RG 25 hammerless semi auto?
     
  2. gyvel

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    Look at this picture. Hope it helps.

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  3. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    With a cutting torch would be the best method.

    Seriously, RG made several different models of .25 ACP pistols over the years, and without knowing which model you have, it's pretty hard to tell you how to take it apart.

    However, with their known quality & reliability problems, the cutting torch method is still the best.

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  4. eric2030

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    hear is what it says rg ind. miami, fla mod. rg25 cal. .25
     
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    Rohm is the manufacturer of this pistol. If it has sentimental value I hope you can fix whatever the problem is, but I wouldn't fire it.
     
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    That looks like my Titan :uhoh: I love that gun. I got Mom to chip in for Dad in like '77. Probably 5 boxes thru it with no problem at all.
     
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    With any RG, just shooting it often does it, but it isn't the best for your personal safety.
     
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    It appears the parts diagram gyvel linked is done in the same quality as the gun it is intended for.

    Unfortunately these are not serviceable firearms. Usually they are hard to strip and will have easily breakable parts holding them together.
     
  9. GunnyUSMC

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    What is all the hate about? Rohm made some sweet little cheap guns back in the day. Everyone should have one in their safe. :rolleyes:

    But to answer the OPs question. Most often, drop the magazine, Pull the slide to the rear, Lift the rear of the slide and then slide it forward off the barrel.

    You really don't want to do more then that. The frames and slides are made of pot metal (cheap) and wear out over time. If it works, just use it as a plinking gun.
     
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