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****How to remove a P-gun top lever?****

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by powder-em, Mar 16, 2007.

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  1. powder-em

    powder-em Member

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    Yes I can. You get directions to drive or address to ship and get it to Giacomo. That is how I do mine. Dave
     
  2. KEYBEAR

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    Rich no disrespect but if you can,t take the top lever out how will you fit a new locking block ? I had one in pieces about a month ago and I now know I don,t know .

    KEYBEAR
     
  3. thedemoguy

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    Get a screwdriver and a small hammer, start at the back and work forward.
    Just keep trying it'll come off there...


    Bill
     
  4. Trap2

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    Richard.......Do yourself a big favor and send the gun the Doug Braker, The Gun Doctor for this repair. Doug did an excellent job on my DB-81, was VERY reasonable, and his turnaround time can't be beat. Fitting a new locking block is not a job for the average shooter. It's not that expensive to have it done by a professional, and that is exactly what Doug is........Just my experience.....Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
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    I have removed many of them but I can not write down the instructions so anyone can undestand them. Sorry
    Don
     
  7. powder-em

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    Yes I can. You get directions to drive or address to ship and get it to Giacomo. That is how I do mine. Dave
     
  8. KEYBEAR

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    Rich no disrespect but if you can,t take the top lever out how will you fit a new locking block ? I had one in pieces about a month ago and I now know I don,t know .

    KEYBEAR
     
  9. thedemoguy

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    Get a screwdriver and a small hammer, start at the back and work forward.
    Just keep trying it'll come off there...


    Bill
     
  10. Trap2

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    Richard.......Do yourself a big favor and send the gun the Doug Braker, The Gun Doctor for this repair. Doug did an excellent job on my DB-81, was VERY reasonable, and his turnaround time can't be beat. Fitting a new locking block is not a job for the average shooter. It's not that expensive to have it done by a professional, and that is exactly what Doug is........Just my experience.....Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
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  12. rennerize

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    I have removed many of them but I can not write down the instructions so anyone can undestand them. Sorry
    Don
     
  13. southpark

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    Perazzi USA's Lucio says let him or Giacomo do it.

    In the future, push the lever over before you close the gun and you won't have this problem.
     
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