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Cleaning Knight

My father had a BK-92. If it's like his, you can take the trigger assembly out and clean it along with the barrel. The best I can remember, it's pretty straight forward and has a screw just above the trigger guard. The biggest problem I remember with the gun was getting a primer in place. With the conversion kit, it can be a bit tricky. You might want to make certain you can get the breach plug out first, if you haven't already. Depending on what type of powder was shot out of it, it could be a bear of a task. The gun was ahead of its time. It actually had two safety's on it; a slide safety on the side and screw safety on the back of the hammer.

Good luck!
 
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