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5 years 41 weeks ago, 9:15 PM

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I have a few S&W guns, that I would like to have Owner's Manuals for. I have did a Google search and didn't find anything. Does anyone know if S&W manuals are posted anyplace. I need to know the proper way to dis-assemble them for cleaning!
Thanks

5 years 41 weeks ago, 8:22 AM

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AGI

I have had good luck with AGI. American Gunsmithing Institute, here is a link.
http://www.americangunsmith.com/view.php?id=4

They have some nice DVD's on Smith & Wessons.

5 years 41 weeks ago, 10:14 AM

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s&w

you may not need the physical manual if you just want to find out how to field strip and clean them... you could ask us, or just google the make and model and "disassemble"

"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate" "Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is a muzzle flash."
5 years 41 weeks ago, 6:07 PM

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Smith & Wesson Manuals

You can contact smith & wesson directly and ask them for one. A manual is printed for all j,k,l & n frames with a few exceptions. If you want to gut one and clean it beyond basic cleaning as stated in the manual have some one show you first that is qualified and or experienced doing so or you'll have parts all over the place and springs flying out. Check for schamatics on line, they are detailed of the parts positions in the revolvers. Go to www.smith&wessonhandguns.com or www.smith&wesson.com

5 years 41 weeks ago, 3:24 AM

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I agree

Taking apart a gun more than needed for basic cleaning can be a disaster. If you're stubborn about doing it without a professional then at least try to find an exploded diagram so you can at least make sure you have all the parts and don't lose any.

5 years 41 weeks ago, 9:05 AM

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I agree II

Try this location: http://www.e-gunparts.com
They have most every gun schematic on-line.
Numich Gun Parts.

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