ITo remove cylinder (9) of old model, open gun for enough for exfroctor to snap back into cylinder. Pull back on cylinder and revolve it counterclockwise to free it from the barrel
2 To remove extractor (10), hold extractor stem (6) in a padded vise. Insert a few empty cases part way into chambers and turn cylinder counterclockwise. It may be necessary to insert a pair of brass rods as shown to of-ford a better grip on cylinder
3 To remove firing pin (29), grind on old screwdriver into a 2-pronged tool. Stone prongs to fit into holes in firing pin bushing (32). Screw out bushing and remove firing pin and firing pin spring (31)
4 Reassembling the top-break can be simplified by using slave pin. Assemble parts outside gun with pin (arrow) slightly shorter than trigger guard width. Insert assembly in frame and drive pin through frame, to drift slave pin out other side-■■
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