Have a WISCHO-KG.Erlangen , Model 11 Cal.25. Need instructions for taking do...

Have a WISCHO-KG.Erlangen, Model 11
Cal.25. Need instructions for taking down this weapon for repair?
by Pat

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4 years ago #2
Daysal
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Using a small tool (screwdriver or similar) press in on the small circle (split down center) about a quarter of an inch or so. While holding this in pull up on the slide. Be sure to keep pressure on the little 'button' or it will launch out the back along with the spring. Once pulled up a half inch or so slide the slide forward. This removes the slide.
Once the slide is off remove the grips with a slotted (flathead) screwdriver.
After these two steps the rest is cake.

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4 years ago #3
Daysal
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ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE FIREARM IS UNLOADED FIRST.
Sorry forgot the first and most vital step.

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3 years ago #4
Mad-usa
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Im looking for the handgrip but just can't seem to find one, do you know where i can go on line or a location

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3 years ago #5
jade
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I suggest you'd ask about it on this site: http://www.gunvaluesboard.com/

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3 years ago #6
ctbaltzell
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I have one of these 25s but part of the fireing pin wall is cracked but the rest is perfect. I'm willing to sell

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3 years ago #7
Daysal
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how much would you be asking for it?

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2 years ago #8
Jburns
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i will buy it

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2 years ago #9
Elkabong
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You do realize that both parties need to go through a Federal Firearms licensed dealer in order to do this.

Otherwise its a Federal crime shipping it and minimum 5 years in a Federal pen.

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1 year ago #10
Gun Parts
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😊 I have .25 marked SM Parts I have Grips (black) ,Fireing pin, and spring with guide Frame Barrell , Recoil springs, Also have take down assem. Complete except Magizine and Trigger assem. I am a F.F.L. license Dealer Lane & Son Guns In Indiana

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1 year ago #11
@midtownmedicine
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How much for the grips, and spring?
I'm also wondering if they made an extended clip?

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1 year ago #12
Elkabong
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Armsbroker.com, Numrichams.com for parts. And no, they didn't make an extended magazine for it. Ebay has oddly been a great place to find parts too.

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1 year ago #13
Jebb
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Do you still have it for sale? What part is broken? Send me a pic!

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1 year ago #14
JOSE CANTU
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I NEED THE GRIPS, IF YOU STILL HAVE THEM PLEASE TELL ME HOW TO CONTACT YOU, IN ORDER TO BUY THEM

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1 year ago #15
Jebb
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I am a gunsmith! Where are you from? I could make them for you and ship them😊

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1 year ago #16
Jebb
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Hey dude!
Could you find a magazine for me?

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1 year ago #17
Jose cantu
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Hello, are they original parts? I'm from Monterrey, Mexico, I have a PO box at laredo, you can send them to there.
Are they the original plastic ones? Do you have magazines for it?
Thanks in advance.
Jose

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1 year ago #18
Jebb
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José,
Te puedo hacer las cachas(grips) en madera!
Saludos,

Jorge
+59168801777 Whatsapp

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1 month ago #19
Matthew
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Do you still have the grips for Wischo Mod 11?

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