fieldstrip

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field·strip

 (fēld′strĭp′)
tr.v. field·stripped, field·strip·ping, field·strips
1. To disassemble (a weapon) for cleaning, repair, or inspection.
2. To leave no trace of (a cigarette butt) by rolling up the paper and scattering the tobacco.

fieldstrip

(ˈfiːldstrɪp)
vb (tr)
(Military) military US to take apart (a firearm) for cleaning, oiling, or repairing
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If the M249S is fieldstripped, the barrel can be taken off normally.
When testing handguns, I'd love to see some photos of them fieldstripped to get an idea of their internals.
It can be fieldstripped for maintenance instruction.
Another important feature is that this pistol can be fieldstripped without tools.
The Pico is designed to be fieldstripped quickly and simply, thanks to that well-illustrated owner's manual, which also includes clear instructions for more advanced disassembly as well.
I fieldstripped the stainless-finished sample for photos and found the bushing fit to be pretty darn good indeed.
The FEG fieldstripped without difficulty, but there was virtually no tension left on the recoil spring.
Even when the guns were fieldstripped, I could find no tool marks or sharp edges.
Examining my standard SHIELD and the Performance Center ported model fieldstripped side by side, the only difference I could see was in their striker plungers.
The gun can still be completely fieldstripped the conventional way for more thorough cleaning of the inner workings.
The action on the Ultimate can be totally fieldstripped without tools, should it require cleaning.
Thus, the barrel could be easily fieldstripped out of the wood for cleaning and the slides stayed in the stock without chance of loss (a feature usually found only on fine sporting rifles).