Here's mine, posed on the appropriate page of the old Chic Gaylord book.
I disagree. The series has two other serious drawbacks.It's only down side is that it's been overtaken by developments.
Didn't miss anything--both my original Walthers do the same thing.Right on both counts, but you missed one.
When S&W started making them under license the bottom of the slide was so sharp it left a pair of railroad tracks on your hand.
I had exactly the same experience with the ODI Viking, too.About the only thing you can work on is the spring and about the time it starts to feel reasonable the gun won't go bang.
No worries. If something DOES fly out, it means something is broken and you need to get it fixed.When I take the Pachmayr Signatures off, are any sneaky little springs or stuff likely to fly out? 'Casue I really hate it when that happens. mg: