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Argus C3 Matchmatic Shutter Cocking Lever Removal
Old 11-25-2018   #1
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Argus C3 Matchmatic Shutter Cocking Lever Removal

Hi Guys,

Iím working on a CLA of my Matchmatic, and Iím having an issue right at the beginning. I canít seem to figure out how to get the shutter cocking lever off so i can remove the face plate. All of the videos i see online are for the regular C3 without the chrome cocking lever. I donít want to try turning it hard in either direction until i know what Iím doing/that Iím not going to break something.

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Old 11-25-2018   #2
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Mine screws off in the clockwise direction.
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Mine has a Jam nut on the back side of the cocking lever. Once I loosen that, the lever unscrews in a normal fashion...the jam nut allows you to position the lever where you like it best...
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