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  1. WARNING: As a rule of thumb, whenever handling any firearm, treat the weapon as if it is loaded and be mindful of the muzzle of the firearm at all times! "I didn't know it was loaded" isn't an excuse and can't undo mistakes! Before proceeding with this repair, be sure to clear the firearm of ammunition. Check, double check, and triple check to make sure there isn't a bullet in the chamber!
    • WARNING: As a rule of thumb, whenever handling any firearm, treat the weapon as if it is loaded and be mindful of the muzzle of the firearm at all times! "I didn't know it was loaded" isn't an excuse and can't undo mistakes!

    • Before proceeding with this repair, be sure to clear the firearm of ammunition. Check, double check, and triple check to make sure there isn't a bullet in the chamber!

    • The Taurus G2C has a handy Loaded Chamber Indicator to show if there's a bullet in the chamber. Even if it's not showing loaded doesn't mean you should not check!

  2. For safety reasons, the serial number has been redacted. After making sure the weapon is clear -no bullet in the chamber- , release the striker by pulling the trigger. This releases the tension on the striker and allows the slide to come forward.
    • For safety reasons, the serial number has been redacted.

    • After making sure the weapon is clear -no bullet in the chamber- , release the striker by pulling the trigger. This releases the tension on the striker and allows the slide to come forward.

    • Pull the slide back just a hair to release the tension on the disassembly latches. Pull downward on the disassembly latches on both sides while holding rearward pressure on the slide, then release the pressure on the slide.

  3. Continue moving the slide forwards until the rear of the slide passes the guides the notches above the disassembly latches(pointed out in the last picture). Continue moving the slide forwards until the rear of the slide passes the guides the notches above the disassembly latches(pointed out in the last picture). Continue moving the slide forwards until the rear of the slide passes the guides the notches above the disassembly latches(pointed out in the last picture).
    • Continue moving the slide forwards until the rear of the slide passes the guides the notches above the disassembly latches(pointed out in the last picture).

  4. The recoil spring assembly is on the bottom of the barrel. It is held in place by the spring's own tension against a notch in the barrel (2nd picture) and its slot in the end of the slide. While holding the slide with the muzzle pointing away from you, put your thumb or index finger on the rear-facing portion of the recoil spring assembly. Push the assembly forward to free it from the tension against the barrel, then release the tension and pull it out of its slot in the slide. While holding the slide with the muzzle pointing away from you, put your thumb or index finger on the rear-facing portion of the recoil spring assembly. Push the assembly forward to free it from the tension against the barrel, then release the tension and pull it out of its slot in the slide.
    • The recoil spring assembly is on the bottom of the barrel. It is held in place by the spring's own tension against a notch in the barrel (2nd picture) and its slot in the end of the slide.

    • While holding the slide with the muzzle pointing away from you, put your thumb or index finger on the rear-facing portion of the recoil spring assembly. Push the assembly forward to free it from the tension against the barrel, then release the tension and pull it out of its slot in the slide.

  5. With the recoil spring assembly no longer holding the barrel in, the barrel can now be removed. Move the barrel slightly towards the bottom of the slide Push the barrel forward a little bit to allow enough space to clear the ejector (not pictured)
    • With the recoil spring assembly no longer holding the barrel in, the barrel can now be removed.

    • Move the barrel slightly towards the bottom of the slide

    • Push the barrel forward a little bit to allow enough space to clear the ejector (not pictured)

  6. Lift the barrel out of the slide. Lift the barrel out of the slide.
    • Lift the barrel out of the slide.

  7. Always treat any gun as if it were loaded at all times. Also always be mindful of the direction your muzzle is pointed.
    • Always treat any gun as if it were loaded at all times. Also always be mindful of the direction your muzzle is pointed.

    • You're finished! You have now successfully field stripped a Taurus G2C.

    I put mine back together wrong..help

    William Briggs - Antwort

    How far in the process did you get and what’s going on with it?

    Josh Boyd -

    My recoil sping fell as I was in this stage of assembly now my barrel is stuck in trigger well. Not able to move

    Christopher Hart - Antwort

    The barrel is stuck in the trigger well? I think I understand what you’re talking about. Firstly, make sure there is not a round in the chamber. After that, try pulling the trigger to see if that frees it up. If not, you may need to contact Taurus to see about either sending it in or having them verbally walk you through fixing it.

    Another option for you is visiting a local gun shop and asking them if they know any gunsmiths in your area.

    Hopefully it’s a quick fix.

    Josh Boyd -

Abschluss

To reassemble your weapon, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hello Josh. This is Matthew. Thanks for the field stripping instructions. Just wanted to let you know people are using your instructions. Safe shooting and have a good day

Matthew Mackey - Antwort

Hey Matthew! Glad to hear people are able to use my guide! Thanks for reaching out!!

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