Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Manu-Arm Air Pistol Disassembly, Part 1

A while back a request was made to take apart my Manu-Arm air pistol. Finally got to it.


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The box.




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Pistol and drawing.




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Drawing.




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Instructions.




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It’s not a bad looking pistol, for all the potmetal and plastic.




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One screw through the grip.




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And two screws on either side into the action.




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The housing comes apart typically.




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Notice the trigger adjustment screw.




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There’s a dowel pin loosely in that grip hole to align the grips.




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The action removed.




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A view of the action…




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And another of the trigger…




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Break the barrel to relieve tension.




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Remove the pivot screw. Notice the steel washers on the pivot bearing.




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I punched out the cocking linkage pin. I was very cautious when knocking out pins as most of the parts are potmetal and could break.




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Barrel removed. More to come…

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I have this same pistol and the sight broke.
It would be part 40 in the exploded view (the actual sight that attaches to the sight screw). It is broken in half.
Any idea where I could order it from? I tried to contact manu arms but they are no longer in business.

Thank you

Nick Carter said...

Either try and find a parts gun on Gunbroker, etc. or adapt a sigt from another gun. It wouldn't be that hard to make one if you have a drill press and some files.

Anonymous said...

Any email address where I could contact you?

Thank you