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having trouble reinstalling guide rod, after watch several videos even more confuse? My guide rod has the bend and no plastic or metal top. Mine is parts number (38 36 39)
so what is the difference ? purchased at auction and did not fire it need cleaning first is that rod held together by small pin ?

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during cleaning looked down it was laying on the ground!
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thats not the guide rod its the hammer spring make sure the bent part is facing up towards the back of the gun as its inserted into the bottom of the hammer

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its kinda like this one but yours is bent and thats the ways it works you going to have to make sure the hammer it down before u try to install it

i done that on my feg 9mm its a little tricky geting back in
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will it need a pin in place before or during install

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heres ruger note hammer has to be release to lower the tension on the spring here'
video time 1:30
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will it need a pin in place before or during install
i dont see one in the diagram you posted, i dont think you do, some times the grips installed holds it from slideing out
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looks like part 39 just holds in with tension from the hammer spring no pin needed its curved
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no pin needed retained place by grips!
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here we go like this video time 2:47
see it slides in and out of place
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no pin needed retained place by grips!
all you need is 100% determination and a place to swear
only grips included no batterys LOL i do see you need a pin paper clip to take the pressure off the spring should be a hole in the rod bottom

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