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    I've reviwed the guide from the hkpro libary and a few youtube videos.

    I'm sure I can take it apart, it's the reassmble process that concerns me.

    Anyone well versed in doing this that can assist?

    I live about 25 miles west of Atlanta.
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    I'm curious. Why are you going to do that?
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    Fully understand the mechanisms of the gun and cleaning.

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    You will learn more about the gun's mechanism and design with the re-assembly. Anyone can take it apart, well almost anyone, but re-assembly is 3/4 of the fun.

    Worst case scenario you'd just sent a bag full of parts to HKCS and pay them for labor to re-assemble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    You will learn more about the gun's mechanism and design with the re-assembly. Anyone can take it apart, well almost anyone, but re-assembly is 3/4 of the fun.

    Worst case scenario you'd just sent a bag full of parts to HKCS and pay them for labor to re-assemble.
    If Jessie had a nickel for every bag of guns parts he received his 401K would Fat. LOL

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    I was in the same boat with firearms in general... in order for you to feel the most comfortable with your firearms is to know how they assemble disassemble... I agree there's some things I don't do... triggers and others... but for the most part it's the most fun putting it back together! To each each their own for sure... Youtube is my friend for sure! good luck...
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