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B—Scar lover retainer C—Rear sight D—Extractor E—Firing pin spring F—Firing pin

G—Magazine catch spring guide H—Magazine catch spring

I—Magazine catch J—Hammer

K—Hammer pin

L—Hammer strut

M—Hammer strut pin

N—Hammer spring

O—Hammer spring support


Q—Sear spring

R—Left-hand grip

S—Grip screw

T—Slide stop

U—Trigger spring

V—Frame (receiver)

W—Recoil spring

X—Spring retainer

Y—Detent ballspring

Z—Detent ball

AA—Recoil spring guide


CC—Scar Lever

DD—Firing pin retainer plate


GG—Trigger pin

HH—Trigger spring pin

II—Trigger lever JJ—Sear pin KK—Safety catch

LL—Stud retainer pin MM—Stud spring NN—Stud OO—Trigger

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