ChannelOneVideos: Thanks. This answered some questions. Do you know how much different the P85 would be to disassemble?
Gary Hart: Thanks for this video. However I do want to make a suggestion on the removal of the extractor. Use dental floss to hook the extractor to pull out and forward to avoid damaging the extractor as well as the slide. Other than that. Awesome video.
Dj Diym: I have a p94dc how do you remove the deroosterer arm in the same manor?
Joselbasurto: Thanks for the info on how to remove the firing pin on my P series Ruger pistol.
Thomas McKrell: Is it the same for the p89
Jason Bracetti: Thank you thank you and thank you.
Skipholiday: Good job. thank you
swbrotherton: tyler: i sent you a few pm's on this. anyone else concerned with his issue, i do believe he was easing the chamber shut and closing fully when he pulled the trigger. Mine does the same thing. I'm fairly certain the gun is not popping out of safety as i have never seen this happen with any firearm.
Tyler Christeson: I have only put 50 rounds through my P95. While cleaning it today I encountered a problem with the safety. After putting the gun on safe, when I pull the trigger once the slide moves forward ever so slightly. After I pull the trigger two or three more times it comes off safe and fires. Also, when I pull the slide back and the pull it back forward if it falls back into position too fast the hammer strikes immediately instead of the hammer staying roostered. Any suggestions?
swbrotherton: Jtsct: 1. What was I wrong about and 2. Lube in the pin chamber will gum it up. The lube and powder will combine and make a gooey paste. I've had a number of friends wonder why their gun won't perform and after inspection they had lubed the firing pin and spring. Only do this if you are storing the gun long term. The spring is not as stiff/powerful as you might think like a hammer spring.
jtsct: So there is no lube at all in the firing channel/pin?
jtsct: You're wrong, especially if you shot a lot.
swbrotherton: Whoever marked this for spam please learn what spam is. and bigwalt2990: If you are referring to this video "if it aint broke don't fix it." let me know how it works for you when you need your firearm to perform and it just won't because you didn't take tip top care of it. If not then I misunderstood and I'm sorry. The rule of thumb is, if you can clean it and maintain it easily, why not do it? BTW the Ruger P95 has a deroosterer only model as well as a manual safety. Google is your friend. :)
bigwalt2990: If it ain't broke, don't fix it..............mine doesnt have a safety btw, just two identical deroosterer levers, must be an older version? (who needs safeties anyways)
swbrotherton: Heck yeah. oil in the pin chamber will do it every time. Good to know this helped!
swbrotherton: I don't think you could hurt this thing if you tried. I've done this multiple times on a P95 and a P89. Still tickin'.
swbrotherton: Yessir, P95: might be a budget gun but it is built to take ABUSE. No frills means less points for it to fail at.
swbrotherton: Hey Tim, Yessir.
swbrotherton: Hey John Doe, Sorry for the late response, I have honestly tried to get the rear sights on a P95 off without a hammer and pin set but for the life of me couldn't. If I had the money to grab a suitable replacement firearm just in case the removal went south I would be glad to try it, but for now I am contracting IT work, which means no sick leave, benefits, etc. Plus it looks like it might be better to leave it to pros to zero sights. I am by no means a professional gunsmith. ;)
swbrotherton: Stupid character limit... Anyhow in continuation, from what I have seen and remember, the extractor pin, the deroosterer lever, slide, etc, should all be the same save for the holes in the switch to indicate safety status, and the pin and spring to lock safety in place. I am of the more adventurous type and would not hesitate to tear into one. If anything the DC should have less parts to fool with. I wouldn't be scared to do it using this same guide honestly.