I've found you-tube videos for Marlin field strip cleaning, but nothing seems available showing complete (detail) disassembly for cleaning and other purposes. I didn't find anything in our Gunsmithing section, either. If a link is available that I've overlooked, please point me toward it. I'd like video guidance on removal and reassembly of all components, and a commercially produced video would be fine; the one I found for sale seems tailored for cowboy action shooters. Thanks.
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I just finished using the 1895 disassembly pictorial with great blow by blow text instruction to tear down, clean, and reassemble my wife's 1895G. Took me about an hour. Search for any thread with Eli Chaps' comments. The links are in his signature.
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The Eli Chapps list, Eric seems to have everything at his disposal.
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