Apologies in advance for dwelling a bit on the screws, but as always the primary reason for the blog is so I remember how the darn things go back together.
Sideplate screws removed from the right side.
Last one. Notice how they are all, with the exception of two, completely different.
I removed the side and the only thing that jumped out was the magazine follower and spring.
Follower and spring.
Powerlet piercing screw assembly.
Hammer and trigger and springs…
I lifted out the trigger and trigger spring.
Then lifted out the hammer and hammer spring.
The hammer spring wraps around both sides of the hammer.
Stock screw nut.
The valve assembly just lifted out.
The lever and hammer assembly.
Lifted straight out.
Two steel ears on the hammer, which is probably a good thing rather than a more complex potmetal casting.
The middle part is just a little complex.
The broken part of what I’m assuming is identical to the cam ring on the model 600 pistol.
This was a bit if a puzzle, but the parts are held together by a screw thread extending out of the rod.
All the parts…more to come…