Ruger LC9 Frame Full Disassembly/Reassembly + Mag Safety Removal




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Andrew Dillman: thanks for the vid. really helpful

stepstone100: WITH OUT THIS VIDEO I WOULD HAVE HAD TO TAKE MY PISTOL TO A GUN SMITH. THX ZOLIN....

Spartan Dylan: Very helpful video!

armorer1911: These come in custom sizes at a well stocked hobby store. Just what you need depending on how tight the area you're working. 

Clint Bainter: I got one of these pistols today and when I tried to remove the magazine safety it took me 4 hours to figure out I installed the trigger clock spring wrong. There's a lot of small parts in these.

MrShowerHour: Appreciate the vid. I accidentally removed the hammer catch pin and the spring and other piece fell out of place and I thought I was screwed. Your video helped me replace everything the way it was. Thanks again!

armorer1911: A Crochet Hook is what you probably want to remove your Mainspring with. ARMORER1911

Jason Walters: awesome video! thanks for taking the time to share your experience. I was putting on a 35% bar and RTK short stroke trigger and would have never figured it all out wihtout this

Zolen Boogaerts: @cpzimmon I didn't notice a difference, but I didn't really feel for it either. It might be.

frugalgunsmith: The spring on the mag safety has nothing to do with the trigger and with a mag in the gun releases the safety and the trigger is unaffected by ether.My LC9's two weeks old and the trigger pull's 6lbs straight out of the box an unmodified weapon.But soon the damn mag safety's going.

NoChance1909: The two parts I needed help with you didn't mess with... on to the next video I guess.

Zolen Boogaerts: @Griff7044 Thanks. I didn't think the mag safety would bother me, but it got annoying REAL quick.

Brian Buck White: Great video, the only advice i could give you is when dealing with small parts and springs get yourself a gallon ziplock back and put the part and your hands in it. its a real life saver. it will catch the parts or springs about 90 percent of the time. saves you hunting down springs when they bounce across the room and hit the floor.

Christopher Zimmon: @alphazuluz I noticed that the trigger pull was alot easier without the mag saftey, How about you?

Griff7044: Great video! I just bought an LC9 and hate the mag safety.

Wabbit1961: There are other vids about modifying the triggerb bar by drilling another hole in it to lessen the travel of the trigger. I don't much care for that vid because to me it would seem to compromise the strength of the trigger bar in general and the integrity of the gun as a whole.

onpoint1977: Great detailed information man thanks so much

JD: Thanks you may have just saved life with the reassemble vid.

lizrdking58: You are the man.. Thank you very much for the video. I took the pin out under the safety and couldn't get it back in. Your video of a complete disassembly helped me take it completely apart and detach the spring to put the pin back in and be able to put it back together. and i only had a butter knife and a nail on hand to do the job.

Will_Powell: Great video, thank you.

Wabbit1961: Has anyone tested the trigger pull on the LC9 before and after the magazine safety is removed? Seems it should be lighter if you are removing a metal slide, which actually has some frictional tension as it is dovetailed into the frame. Also, removing a spring, no matter how tiny it may seem. Those two parts I would think add to the trigger pull of the weapon. Just saying, I think it should by theory make the trigger pull lighter as well as get ride of the magazine disconnect. Anyone?

Zolen Boogaerts: Thanks. Sometimes you just need to beat the hell out of something.

Zolen Boogaerts: No problem. Glad it helped!

YellowMetalDriver: Thanks for taking the time to make this video,it was very helpful.

GosokuRyuYodan: I'll keep the Glock...

Robert Einspahr: How much does it matter what way the frame pin goes in?

mully465: Good Job, very helpful and info

Devin - Jessie Breeding: Oh man thank you! I took the wrong pin out and I didn't know how to get it back together. I found your video and it helped out alot. While I had it apart to figure out how to put the pin back in I took the magazine disconnect out as well. With that out and the firing pin block out, it has one sweet trigger now.

Christopher Zimmon: Excellent instructional video. Thank you.

glock996: I got both.

richard king: Thanks so much. I sent my LC9 to Galloway for his mods. Great job on his part. When I got one for my wife, he was only moding the owner's parts. Ok, but then I had to put everything together. His video reflects his ability to do this in his sleep. I am pretty mechanically inclined, but without your video I'd be in serious trouble! Good job!

dECepticons84: Great video!

666gunz: i got a pink lc9 can i replace the frame with a black one? btw i got the pink gun for my gf but she doesnt want it.

kchrisc: Thanks for the great video. It's a life saver. I like how you have all of those small and appropriate tools and then a huge rubber mallet. :-)
Rating:
Ruger LC9 Frame Full Disassembly/Reassembly + Mag Safety Removal 4.8 out of 5

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