OMG!! A gun smithing question!!
I walk into my little church this morning and my pastor gives me a Sig 320 and says put it in your car.
I ask why and he says take it home and fix it and bring it back next Sunday.
I know a lot about all aspects of guns and shooting compared to the average person but compared to a really knowledgeable person I don't know all that much.
Anyway my pastor thinks I know more than I do and between GB and YouTube maybe he's right.😁
My pastor decided he needed to give his Sig a good cleaning. He took his Sig apart, cleaned and oiled everything, including dropping the trigger assembly and put it back together.
The problem is, he put the trigger assembly in but failed to put the pin in that holds the trigger assembly in place. Than he put the rest of the gun together. Now it is locked up, can't move the slide more than a 1/4 inch either way and I can't see if this "locking up" is caused by the trigger assembly hanging down to low and something is catching on it or if something above the trigger assembly dropped down into the space created by the trigger assembly dropping down.
My first thought is to try and line up the holes and get the pin in and everything will work just fine. If that doesn't work stripping the Sig down all the way and starting over again makes the most sense to me but how do I take it apart when it is "locked up"???
As my pastor said "I really feel stupid."
As I said "We've all been there!!"