This video will teach you How to Take Apart a Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 and reassemble it.
In a similar way, several handguns from Smith & Wesson takedown.
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It is always necessary to practice the 4 Firearm Safety Rules when cleaning your firearm.
- Always make sure that before you begin taking it apart, the weapon is unloaded.
- Make sure you are always able to keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction wherever you are cleaning.
- Keep the trigger off your finger. Do not touch the trigger unless your weapon needs to be taken apart.
- Know your goal and what lies beyond it.
For Field Stripping a Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 choice 1
1. Ensure that the weapon is discharged
Via pressing the magazine release and deleting the magazine, you can do this. After that by moving the slide to the rear of the weapon and pressing up on the slide stop, you can lock the slide back. To ensure that there is no round in the chamber, you will want to look inside the gun.
2. Push back the takedown lever
On the left side of the weapon, this lever is mounted. In a clockwise direction, it will shift downward.
3. Slowly detach the slide
You can do this by slightly pushing the slide back and slowly releasing the slide forward.
4. The button is pulled
To release the slide, this method requires you to pull the trigger. The slide will slide forward off the frame of the weapon once you do so. Many individuals do not like having to pull the trigger to open the slide, so there is another way we can explore now to take this weapon apart.
1-2. As the above method says, you can do steps one and two in the same way.
3. Pressure back the wire retention takedown lever
This is through the trigger inside the handle of the gun. In the video, the teacher will show you exactly where the wire is.
4. Open the slide with
You can release the slide in the same way as described above, except the slide will slide off the frame completely this time. As you do not have to pull the trigger, this alternative is considered safer.
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