Download PDF by Philip Grierson: Catalogue of the Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks

By Philip Grierson

ISBN-10: 088402024X

ISBN-13: 9780884020240

In quantity 2 of this sequence, half I examines Phocas and Heraclius (602-641) and half II covers the interval among Heraclius Constantine to Theodosius III (602-717).

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In quantity 2 of this sequence, half I examines Phocas and Heraclius (602-641) and half II covers the interval among Heraclius Constantine to Theodosius III (602-717).

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Remove this hex screw and its lock washer to take out the bolt stop.  With the action upside down, use a punch to lift the bolt stop out of its slot in the rear of the receiver.  Pull the pistol grip unit back about 1 inch.  Lift the pistol grip off of the receiver.  Pull the breech housing out to the rear of the receiver.  Remove the screw from the forend front and push the front forend bolt out the opposite direction.  Remove the forend by pulling down on the front and then pulling it off.  Unscrew the barrel shroud and remove it from the barrel.

After these have been removed, the hammer pin and spacer can also be removed.  The sear spring can be removed and then the entire trigger and sear assembly can be pulled from the housing. Then the long bar-like magazine safety can be lifted from the housing.  The disconnector and spring can be removed from the trigger unit by pushing out the rear top corner pin in the photo. The lower trigger arm can be removed by pushing out the pin in the lower rear corner. The sear arm can be removed by pressing out the front top corner pin.

Remove these two screws to access the grip screw. Caution: the internal slots that these screws turn into are very easily stripped.  Remove the grip screw and the trigger housing can be pulled from the pistol grip.  There are two brass spacers sitting on top of a large plate, which is the firing pin safety arm. There is a spring pushing this plate to the rear. Remove the spacers and then gently remove this plate and the spring from the slot underneath it. The J shaped trigger bar below it is riveted to the trigger housing and should not be removed.

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