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Hey everyone, I recently purchased a Stock II. I found a great Youtube video demonstrating how to clean the upper. I was wondering if there are any videos on this forum on a complete cleaning that include the lower? I'm having trouble finding anything. 


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MemphisMechanic has a great video series that is very informative on complete disassembly and reassembly. Although its on a stock 3 but the internals are almost exactly the same as a stock 2. Those videos also teaches you where to polish to get your gun running as smooth as possible. Here's the link to the first one https://youtu.be/2tf_jmfLzq0

 

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I just spray the bottom half with Liquid Wrench, lay on newspapers, watch a movie, scrub with a tooth brush, spray with brake cleaner and lube. 

 

I also do the ultra sonic cleaner routine at times.

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11 hours ago, SoFloTanfo said:

Hey everyone, I recently purchased a Stock II. I found a great Youtube video demonstrating how to clean the upper. I was wondering if there are any videos on this forum on a complete cleaning that include the lower? I'm having trouble finding anything. 


Thanks!

 

As mentioned, watch my 4 part video series titled “Tanfoglio Tuning” on youtube.

 

Grab some blue magic polish from Autozone and a dremel, and shine things up for an hour or two while you’re in there. It’ll take about a pound off a stock gun’s trigger - but more importantly it’ll really smooth it out.

 

The heavy weight of the double action pull on a new gun isn’t the main problem, although 10+ pounds of DA does suck. The main problem is that it’s so gritty it’s impossible to roll the hammer back smoothly. That’s what you’re after.

 

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32 minutes ago, tdp88 said:

Make sure to get the correct punches and a hypodermic needle for the sear spring, it makes the whole process a lot easier. 

I use a small drill bit to catch the sear spring and lift it into the groove. works like a charm and doesn't make people wonder  about you!  lol.

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1 minute ago, johnbu said:

I use a small drill bit to catch the sear spring and lift it into the groove. works like a charm and doesn't make people wonder  about you!  lol.

Haha, yeah my sister is a nurse and looked concerned when I asked her for a needle.

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22 hours ago, MemphisMechanic said:

 

As mentioned, watch my 4 part video series titled “Tanfoglio Tuning” on youtube.

 

Grab some blue magic polish from Autozone and a dremel, and shine things up for an hour or two while you’re in there. It’ll take about a pound off a stock gun’s trigger - but more importantly it’ll really smooth it out.

 

The heavy weight of the double action pull on a new gun isn’t the main problem, although 10+ pounds of DA does suck. The main problem is that it’s so gritty it’s impossible to roll the hammer back smoothly. That’s what you’re after.

 

VIds are great.

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1 hour ago, johnbu said:

Works like a charm and doesn't make people wonder  about you!  lol.

 

A girl I used to date is the bloodsucker you encounter when you go donate blood. She gave me a fistful (a box of 100 is like $5 to $10) and they have all kinds of uses.

 

Never knew how handy a box of tiny, hollow, razor sharp disposable picks would be! :D 

 

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