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No. 1436 ID: 374e02
  Years ago, before I started college, my father decided to give me his old S&W 2206 stainless steel target pistol after he found out I loved shooting more than he did.

This will probably be the first time the pistol has ever been detail stripped and cleaned.

Using this 240p video as a guide, I set off to clean my heirloom
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>> No. 1437 ID: 374e02
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Unfortunately, my sorry ass realized there was a board for this right after I got the panel off.
>> No. 1438 ID: 374e02
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More gunk.
>> No. 1439 ID: 374e02
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Sorry for the shit focusing. My room light is pretty crap.
>> No. 1440 ID: 374e02
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Slide Stop (left)
Safety Spring Plate (Mid)
Disconnect (2nd to Right)
Safety (Right)

Letting it soak in Hoppes
>> No. 1441 ID: 374e02
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Side plate after some cleaning
>> No. 1442 ID: 374e02
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Recoil guide plug, slide, guide rod, recoil spring, and grips
>> No. 1443 ID: 374e02
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Those parts finally free of their gunk prisons
>> No. 1444 ID: 374e02
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Trigger bar and trigger
>> No. 1445 ID: 374e02
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Frame still full of shit.
>> No. 1446 ID: 374e02
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I took a paper clip and pushed the pin retaining the magazine release.

I was surprised to find out it was just a piece of plastic that held up incredibly well after all these years.
>> No. 1447 ID: 374e02
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After that, you can pull the hammer and mainspring strut out of the frame.

The two are attached to each other.
>> No. 1448 ID: 374e02
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Sear spring.

Earlier, the sear was still attached to the side plate.

Woops.
>> No. 1449 ID: 374e02
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Fully disassembled and (for the most part) cleaned
>> No. 1450 ID: 374e02
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Interesting thing. That whole block of metal with the cylinder attached to it is the barrel.

Low bore axis + .22LR = Recoil? What's that? lolol
>> No. 1451 ID: 374e02
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Reattached the hammer, mainspring strut, and sear spring
>> No. 1452 ID: 374e02
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Woops, forgot to mention the magazine safety lever that is attached to the other side facing inward.

Sear is attached.

It's a whole lot less annoying than working with my CZ-82, for sure.
>> No. 1453 ID: 374e02
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Trigger, trigger pin, and trigger bar reattached
>> No. 1454 ID: 374e02
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Magazine release/catch and trigger return spring reattached
>> No. 1455 ID: 374e02
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This part infuriated me.

Too often, the trigger bar would jump up above the sear while returning the side plate, and the sear pin loved escaping.

Wasn't too bad, though.
>> No. 1456 ID: 374e02
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Putting this whole clusterfuck back together was pretty interesting.

Disconnect and safety go first.

Then the slide stop and safety spring plate do this weird scissor thing. Locks in place on the black pin and on the left on the frame.
>> No. 1457 ID: 374e02
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Grips reattached.

Light at the end of the tunnel now
>> No. 1458 ID: 374e02
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Recoil spring and guide rod go back on after the slide.

Funny thing, the damn gun needs a tool for disassembly and reassembly, but that was something my dad lost long, long ago.
>> No. 1459 ID: 374e02
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Fortunately, you're allowed to improvise.

I usually use a .22LR case, but I couldn't find one for some reason.

A .22WMR case is fine too.
>> No. 1460 ID: 374e02
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Push it just right, and you'll be able to put the recoil guide plug back in place.
>> No. 1461 ID: 374e02
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and then you're good to go.

Thanks for reading.
>> No. 1462 ID: 9af714
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Hey!I have one of those guys. (mine does not have a can)
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