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Having recently learned to completely disassemble my 1911's to the bare slide and frame, I am amazed at how simple it is.
Is the 1911 the simplest to completely tear down and clean, reassemble?
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Classic SIGS are pretty easy. I usually don’t disassemble the internal axle in the hammer or the small pin pressed into the frame.
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I'd say the Glock the easiest to break down to bare frame or slide, followed by the 1911 and then maybe the P22X series Sigs.
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Glock is the easiest, 1911, Browning Hi Power, Sig are all pretty straight forward. They are all easy after you have stripped them down several times.
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