Pierre Kerbage: Very nicely done. Thank you so very much for taking YOUR time to show us
how to do this. Impressive indeed. Thanks again!
ryanburbridge: @Alex Barcelo The answer is no. I just enjoy taking my guns apart.
andy diaz: This guy is awesome !
Alex Barcelo: Do you really have to take it all apart to clean it???? I need answers yo
jared hebl: Haha not bad at all as an army infantry vet I know how essential it is to
maintain and clean your side arm with what you got. Not ideal but sometimes
you got to make due. I say bravo!
ChromeFreak123: Great video. I did not know that it was designed to be taken apart with no
tools. I have taken mine down several times and no idea. Thanks for the
Seidenmanairsoft: Your the tool!
TheHeretic2011: I wouldn't do this unless I had to, but it's good to know I could if I had
Rob8036: thats just great dude
DobermansRock: That was cool.
Vintageologist: Uhm... actually, those parts were deliberately designed to be usable as
such because you don't always have the right tools at hand when in the
ryanburbridge: @mcdhensity Thanks for watching and posting! I am not sure how much you
know about the 1911 or John Moses Browning its designer. I do not want to
talk down to you. If you are interested in learning a little more about
both I highly recommend doing a google search on: "The 1911 Pistol Is Its
Own Toolbox! By John L. Marshall" Hope you enjoy!
Jeff A Wittman: Put it back together and take time to let me see how the leaf spring is to
be reinstalled, I'm having trouble figuring out how it exactly fits on my
Ultra CDPII. I installed a magwell and didn't use a rubber band to keep the
grip safety in place over the leaf spring, I didn't think anything moved,
but it did, because the hammer won't stay roostered.
Renato Avenia: Other then when you buy a new 1911 I think this is a great video, the new
gun parts fit very well and are much more difficult to remove even after
removing the Cosmoline the factory leaves on it, sear spring could be
damaged upon first few attempts of a full strip, other then that, your cool
nature and carefree strip made this video a nice change from the norm.
Jacob McDonald: This is really impressive!! Just to be constructive, more lighting would
have been nice (or perhaps a darker table cloth so the black parts woukdn't
wash out). But overall this was a very helpful video and I agree, knowing
your weapon that well is very impressive!
ratherbesurfin95: @adrianbaxter1807 if you have to shoot in an emergency situation, do you
think you will actually remember to chamber a round?
Ben Tactical: That was just plain awesome! As for a round in the chamber, it's a real gun
that uses real bullets. He proved that he is capable of unloading it on
camera and then completely disassembles his 1911 without additional tools.
What more do you safety sallies want from him.
beonder13: A little messy... but you get the job done :)
Seidenmanairsoft: You did use a tool
ryanburbridge: @jokerman1963 thanks bud will try to get some more up soon. First i need to
get my 1911 back from the shop. never did get it back together lol
spritle43: just be really careful not to bend your seer spring. can get dangerous if
Gun Basics Philippines: Favorited!
Lareneg Santos: i think you just need to study more.. PARTS aren't supposed to be used as
jameyjohnsonfan4life: he'd be crap outta luck if someone broke in about 3:00 mins in. ha..
Zene: this is really awesome, i want to see you re-assemble this bad boy though,
Blaze Carigaba: pushing the extractor out with the firing pin is i think a no no...you can
pull it with the sear spring from the back part of the slide, where the
firing pin retainer is.
randomvalleydude: @kingofyo1 Go to the website I posted, go to the 1911 library. Then scroll
down to reliability secrets by John Marshall. There's some great tips to
make your 1911 work flawlessly. Extractor tuning is part of it.
Vintageologist: Btw, the 1911 grip screw slots are concave so you can actually use the rim
of a .45 case to turn them when they shoot lose. Usually more friendly to
the finish than any other screwdriver. That thing was really designed to be
RYANUSCG1977: Nice!!!!....And yes I do think you're crazy....but its nice to see someone
completely disassemble a 1911 without any tools. I'd just be mindful how
you push out the main housing pin with your safety pin...you could possible
foul them up....
lobsterohone: Love the nonchalant way parts and pieces are strewn about the table. Good
stuff. I got some god damn Allen bolts holding my grips on:(
Michael Hodgden: I love how he's just throwing the crap around. LMAO. Awesome.
iSteve4g: Dude, this vid is awesome. Nicely done. Also enjoyed seeing someone
actually safety-checking a loaded firearm for change. There's gotta be
thousands of gun vids on youtube and yours is the first I've seen start
tim jones: Other than being clumsy at the beginning with a chambered round you did
very well, Now do a video on assembly and not in record breaking time but
take your time and be informative to benefit other people out there with
their 1911's. Thanks for your help for all out there that needed it. You
are a true giver and not a taker for doing it for free and trying to be so
helpful to the people...
Bryan James Viloria: dont say RYAN no tools complete disassemble 1911 your a genuis if you do
that. my question is HOW CAN YOU REMOVE THE EXTACTOR,FIRING PIN,FIRING PIN
SPRING WITHOUT TOOLS CAN YOU DO THAT?IF YOU CAN I SALUTE YOU WHAT IS THE
FIRST PISTOL BROWNING DESIGN?IS IT COLT 1903 AND THEN WALTHER PPK AND COLT
1911 AM I WRONG OR CORECT
cptpapa: Great video and informative. Will you please do a video on how to put it
Drew Bynum: good vid Ryan, actually found this vid very informative. If only you could
make a vid on how to tune an extractor lol
Pascal Poirier: Wow!!! you're good, I never thought of striping my 1911 with no tools. you
Ulma Doctor: very informative, great work !
ryanburbridge: @adrianbaxter1807 Not sure what you mean by dumb ass. All guns are loaded!
I hate all the safety qweens that clear empty guns! All my guns are loaded
so why not clear it in the vid? Thanks for watching.
ryanburbridge: @thegrossmaster ouch that hurt! lol well I have never been able to get the
gun back together but it was fun tearing it apart! Your not missing much if
you never watch another one of my vids. Thanks for watching.
josueguzman602: I did t think it was possible lol ima try. That right now
randomvalleydude: I think you'll like this bro. Go to sightm1911 . com scroll to the sight
m1911a1 library. Click on technical on the top left center of the page.
Then click on the link that says "The 1911 is its own toolbox." Tells how
to pretty much do what you did, but tells how to take apart the mainspring
housing components. The website in general has everything you need to know
about the 1911.
bradkemp99: Awesome. Great info.
thegrossmaster: You shouldn't be using springs and pins as tools unless you absolutely had
to. I think you are absolutely crazy and don't want to see any more videos
from you :)
Alex Barcelo: Do you really have to take it all apart to clean it? Need answers quick
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