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By Neil Gordon Munro

This is often the nice vintage paintings "Coins of Japan", the authoritative resource that's mentioned via all people else. This ebook is being reprinted since it is sort of very unlikely to acquire. Many libraries who declare to have it prove to not have it. there's just one on the market on the web. the associated fee is $995 and it'll no longer final lengthy. One reviewer writes: "This is the easiest reference e-book on jap funds cash ever released. even though it has been over a hundred years because its booklet, not anything comes even as regards to it, no longer even the works written in eastern. Munro's e-book is especially readable. this can be a tricky e-book to place down when you get into it. I simply can't think a collector of jap money cash no longer possessing this book."

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Cock the hammer, and move the slide back until the small semi-circular cut at its lower edge aligns with the top rear of the slide stop.  Push the end of the slide stop shaft, on the right side of the gun, and remove the slide stop from the left side.  The slide assembly can now be run forward off the frame.  Remove the recoil spring and its guide from the slide, together or separately.  Turn the barrel bushing back toward the left side of the slide, until its lug aligns with the opening, and remove the bushing from the front of the slide.

With the hammer at rest, use a drift of the proper size to drive out the mainspring housing retainer pin.  The mainspring housing can now be slid down off the frame. If it is tight, cocking the hammer will put pressure on it through the mainspring and help to ease it out.  Viewing the mainspring housing from the rear, there is a small pin (arrow) at upper right which can be drifted out toward the inside to free the mainspring and its plunger. CAUTION: The mainspring is under quite a bit of tension and can cause injury when released.

Gun is now field-stripped.  With a tool of appropriate size, depress the firing pin and slide the retainer downward to free the firing pin. CAUTION: The firing pin spring is under some compression, and can eject the firing pin with force when the retainer is removed.  After the retainer plate is removed, the firing pin and its return spring can be taken out.  Removal of the firing pin retainer plate also frees the extractor. With a small screwdriver pry it gently out, straight to the rear of the slide.

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