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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Caption: The M17 ASP fieldstrips are somewhat similar to the centerfire M17, including the removal of the barrel and recoil-spring assembly.
While it fieldstrips like an AK, it's a much tighter and more refined firearm.
Study the details of the rifle and how it fieldstrips and you will understand the fit and harmonics of the wooden furniture and metal barrel.
The PPS fieldstrips similar to a Glock in that the gun must be unloaded and then the trigger disengaged in order to remove the slide assembly from the frame.
Caption: The FN 509 fieldstrips in virtually the same manner as its competitors, and that keeps dis assembly simple.
Another interesting feature of the Ultra is it fieldstrips just like the powder-burning original.
It shoots really nicely and fieldstrips like a 1911.
It fieldstrips just like the standard 1911, has fully functioning grip and thumb safeties, and has a half-cock mechanism that is identical to the standard Colt.
The pistol fieldstrips down to six basic components just like the larger CZ 75.