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From Black to Brown
finloq on 2014-11-22 07:56:07
Converting 9x18 to .380, worth it?
normsutton on 2014-11-21 10:56:14
Beautiful 1969 U Fix Em (Need Trigger Bar)
smoothsoul on 2014-11-14 23:05:00
Pre- and Post-1972 Parts Compatibility
flyer92 on 2014-11-11 09:13:32
Ordered a P-64 from AIM Surplus
Curly1 on 2014-11-17 17:55:31
New Member - Range Troubles with P64
john9square on 2014-11-17 16:39:55
New member, P64 1975
Borg Warner on 2014-11-15 01:00:55
Slide flying off during shooting, magazine dropping
Curly1 on 2014-11-22 11:47:31
What else besides hammer spring, for smoother pull?
gemini1 on 2014-10-24 16:07:59
9x18 PPU, and Buffalo Bore 9x18 +P 95 gr JHP
normsutton on 2014-10-23 21:01:34
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Installation instructions:

The reason I have you cut the tabs on the springs the guns may vary.
Take the gun apart.
Put the gun in a plastic bag that you can see though and get both hands in.
This way you wonít lose the slide stop spring. Take the slide stop bar off.
Spring change
Spring change
Take trigger pin put into trigger and spring.
Tail of spring facing back then mark and cut.
Spring change
Take trigger pin, trigger, and spring and put in trigger pin on the outside on the gun.
With trigger level , bend top of spring back so itís just inside the hole mark then cut.
Spring change
Take out trigger pin put trigger & spring up into the frame of the gun.
Use a tapered punch in the hole to hold spring & trigger in place.
Wiggle trigger tell you can get the trigger pin in place.
Then on the slide stop side take a small screw diver or dental instrument and hold spring tail down then put the trigger bar back on then let the tail of the spring up into the trigger bar stud.
Spring change
Pull the trigger a couple of time to make sure every then works.
Then put the slide stop on.
This may take you a couple of times to these steps but this is the best way that I could come up with.
Hope the pictures help.
THANK YOU
NORM
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