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Old 01-08-2017, 08:19 PM
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Hello,

Maybe a dumb question, but does anyone know how to disassemble the magazine of a browning 1911 .22??

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Joris

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Old 01-25-2017, 10:55 AM
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Hello,

Maybe a dumb question, but does anyone know how to disassemble the magazine of a browning 1911 .22??

Knd regards,

Joris
I called Browning on this one they told me the mags cannot be taken apart,just soak them in gun solvent or gunscubber and blow them out with a can of compressed air.
I tried taking one apart and destroyed it! I think Browning could have done better and I told them so.
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Old 01-25-2017, 11:59 AM
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It looks like you would take it down just like the Buck Mark mags. See the larger opening at the bottom of the follower slot? Compress the follower all the way down and use a tool to push the loading tab out of the follower from the opposite side. Then you can take the follower and spring out the top.
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NOT all magazines are made Equal NOR are they all made to come apart. If your magazines are dirty enough to cause problems then I'd suggest you think about cleaning them in one of the newer Ultrasound cleaning tanks. They really do the job nicely. I'd get them clean and then use a Silicone spray lube. I've been doing this for a while with my Smith and Wesson Model 41s and the magazines and I'm very happy with the results.
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