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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    That was the best illustrated disassembly of a revolver that I have seen, GREAT JOB and Thank You!!!
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    Just found this. I agree with all the others. Great job Chico.
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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    Thanks a lot!
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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    Chicharrones, this is fantastic. Thank you much.

    I'm a bit concerned about that snap bushing that holds the cylinder onto the hollow shaft. Is that going to stand repeated cylinder removals for deep cleaning, or is removal of the cylinder recommended as "emergencies only"?
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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    "Yes they are - and no I do not have the horizontal scroll bar at the bottom (though I'd expect it too), so the pictures stay cropped."

    I printed out most of these pictures and the full, uncropped picture came out of the printer just fine. Surprised me!

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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    You might want to sell your Pictorial Guide to Taurus to replace the "Exploded views of Taurus Revolvers" section in their "manual". So easy even a Cavema...
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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    Quote Originally Posted by cooper
    So easy even a Cavema...


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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve48
    I'm a bit concerned about that snap bushing that holds the cylinder onto the hollow shaft. Is that going to stand repeated cylinder removals for deep cleaning, or is removal of the cylinder recommended as "emergencies only"?
    Personally, I wouldn't pop the cylinder off the yoke hardly ever. Only if I was having problems with the cylinder would I do that. The bushing can be replaced if and when the "snap ears" get damaged or broken, but that means you have a non-working gun until parts come in.


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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    Quote Originally Posted by chicharrones
    Personally, I wouldn't pop the cylinder off the yoke hardly ever. Only if I was having problems with the cylinder would I do that. The bushing can be replaced if and when the "snap ears" get damaged or broken, but that means you have a non-working gun until parts come in.
    That's how my thinking was headed. Thanks.
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    Re: Pictorial Guide - Taurus Revolver Disassembly

    Chico,

    I've got a silly question - what do you use for pins to "stick" the springs (main and trigger return)? I hoped to use one of my punches, but they're all too thick...

 

 
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