As you can probably tell, I’ve been a bit busy lately and have let Derrick do all the work on the blog. I finally had a bit of time and he convinced me I should blog about the disassembly of the BSF S20 WCM pistol he sent me a while back.
A screw on either side of the stock.
A screw through the bottom of the grip.
A wood screw holding in the trigger guard.
The action held in the spring compressor and the pin retaining the sear is pushed out.
The sear levers up and out. Notice the relatively strong spring on the right.
That hole in the end fits…
…This tang in the tube.
The pin retaining the end plug removed.
This is the amount of preload on the spring.
The parts removed.
Another pin for the barrel pivot. Removing it can allow the detent to fly across the room if you aren’t paying attention…
Trigger spring bears on what turned out to be an extremely annoying pin.
Trigger pivot pin pushed out.
Trigger with spring in place.
Trigger and spring.
More to come…