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Thread: How To "Detail Strip" the Kahr's Upper!

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    Default How To "Detail Strip" the Kahr's Upper!

    Go to this thread for the pdf file to print:

    Glock Talk - View Single Post - Detail Stripping the Kahr's Upper


    Edit: http://www.glocktalk.com/threads/det....308824/page-2 (see post# 37 for the .pdf)


    .....or do a direct download here: http://naws.com/Kahr_Slide.pdf
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    YOUR THE MAN!!! Nice job again..

    I am hoping that John willmake this a sticky also. It is excellent and should be something members can go to in a hurry for help on the upper slide..
    Last edited by jocko; 09-15-2009 at 03:53 PM.

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    When I dismantle an upper I use this coat hanger "tool" to hold the striker spring and guide rod in place while I push in the pin that retains the rear plate. It makes the task a good bit easier.

    Eye protection is strongly advised.

    Last edited by ripley16; 05-09-2012 at 05:50 AM.

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    Happy to Help where I can!
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    yes riply 76, that is a cool way to to it to. I tried it and it works great. Have to agree eye protection is a must. I also when getting ready to slide that backing plate off the slide put the tnire unit in a big zip lock bag when I pullthat plate off, as you well know little things tend to fly when that plate comes off - sometimes. If one takes that plate off slowly, he can catcht hat strker plunger and extractor spring. A nice big zip lock will catch them for sure.

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    Oh yeah, this one is a sticky! I really appreciate you posting this info here. I hope the gang at Glocktalk will find this a welcome home as well. I have refrained from posting an invite over there as I did not want to offend the site owners. It is a good forum and I have enjoyed being over there for info on the Glocks I have had over the years.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH View Post
    I hope the gang at Glocktalk will find this a welcome home as well. I have refrained from posting an invite over there as I did not want to offend the site owners. It is a good forum and I have enjoyed being over there for info on the Glocks I have had over the years.

    John

    There have been two or three threads posted on Glock Talk about this new forum already. That's how I found it.

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    thanks John, now we have two really good sticky's for the kahrs. keep up the good work..

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    Great tip! I have been using a flat blade screw driver to hold the striker sping assy down. It is quite tricky and you need 3 hands. I will definitely cut up oa coat hanger!

    Good job!

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    Great sticky.. I now have a lot of smal parts laying on my desk. Does the striker channel get lubed or does it run dry like the Glocks?

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