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Colt Trooper MK III Disassembly Part 1 of 2

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Published on Mar 4, 2012

Well this Colt Trooper MK III is the brother to the Colt Python, I'm going to completely disassemble this weapon to repair the trigger. I have worked on Smith & Wesson's and I have worked on Colt's and to be honest with you the Colts are much easier to work on then a Smith & Wesson. The trigger broke in a well known spot right at the joint at you will see but the trigger still worked fine (both me and my father didn't know it was broke until I stripped it down and it was the first time since it was built in the factory I think). The replacement trigger was purchased threw www.Poppertsgunparts.com, people were really friendly over the phone and were cheaper then anyone else I called. But it runs just as good as new so I'm not going to complain. We all always Thanks For Watching, and always thank a Veteran no matter how old you are.

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