BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October
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Check the tightness of the screws on the side plate of the handgun, the screw holding the stocks, and all other visible screws.
b. Ejector Rod
Check the area between the ejector rod and cylinder well into which it fits to determine if it is clean and if the ejector drops neatly into the recess.
Examine the ejector rod to determine if it is bent or marred in anyway. Check it for looseness, tighten if necessary.
c. Firing Pin (those with exposed firing pins)
Check the firing pin for looseness and penetration.
d. Cylinder Alignment
Check for excessive looseness by cocking the hammer. If there is excessive play, the weapon should be inspected by a competent gunsmith.
The handgun may develop rust spots from perspiration or climate. Check for cracks in exterior.
Check to see that it cocks, jar the butt to see if hammer falls on its own.
Check for excessive looseness with slide forward.
With weapon field stripped, examine slide rails for cracks, burrs or excessive wear.
With weapon field stripped, examine all contact surfaces for cracks, burrs or excessive wear.
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