I got my new wolf springs and got the recoil and hammer spring changed but can't figure out how to get the firing pin out. Is there a takedown guilde. My google fu must be weak because I found only the field strip.
You know, good question. I have mine sitting here at my desk (desk gun) Just took the slide off, and it beats the hell out of me. I know it has something to do with the safety
take your slide off.
place safety selector lever in the "off" position
take a slender screwdriver or whatever and push on the firing pin in the direction of the firing pin hole.
It should go all the way and clear the safety selector lever.
While the firing pin is depressed slide the safety out of the slide towards the side with the lever.
becareful as to not lose the detent that that is in there.
Best of luck, it's a pain in the ass to get it back together
Op don't worry, I still have the firing pin springs in a bag....haha. Looks like a pain in the ass, but probably will be my weekend project. I am also looking for a good holster. I have the cheap bianchi I bought from Midway, but it is not comfortable at all to carry for any lenght of time and the grip rides to high and makes it print bad. I end up carrying my G23. I have a Desantis holster for the glock that I love, and they make it for a makarov also, but have a hard time purchasing a $70 holster for a <$200 gun! Guess I just need to quit bitchin and buy the holster because I love the little gun. The springs made a world of difference on the trigger pull and recoil. Mine is a little tack driver!
Ahhhhhh! I lost the extractor!!!! Ffffuuuuuu, fail! However, other than having no idea where the extractor went, it really came apart n went back together pretty easy. Shit.
Update: thank you jesus! I found it under the fridge. I have no idea how it went that far unless I kicked it a couple of times! I work on my guns on the dining room table and the kitchen is around the corner sorta, but the part still had to make two 90's to make it under there! Crazy, but it all went back together easy.
Posted Via AR15.Com Mobile