On I go…
Grip frame halves separated.
I had to lever the halves straight up as the posts on the right side grip frame are a snug fit in the holes on the left side. Notice the CO2 cartridge strap.
Safety, inside view.
Safety, external view.
More parts. I replaced the end of the trigger spring where I think it goes.
Notice the transfer bar that fits between the hammer and the valve stem when the pistol is fired. At rest it sits below. One screw holds the valve assembly to the right half of the frame.
Notice the piece below the hammer and the way the spring is tucked under a small boss. Notice the rectangular bosses that hold the CO2 Cartridge strap to the valve assembly.
Wire arm. connects the trigger mech. to the hammer mech. Again notice the screw that retains the valve assembly.
Once the clip is removed the sliding arm is pivoted up and then slides off of the pivot pin.
Trigger and spring.
Pulling off the trigger, notice the smaller spring underneath and what I assume is the feed pawl for the rotary clip?
How I think the spring is retained by the trigger (this would be an underside view).
More to come…