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Have you checked out any utube videos? If there aren't any check out how to disassemble a 1894 or 94. I believe these guns are almost the same. I think the biggest difference between the 1889s and 1894s was they changed the firing pin. I know there are videos on how to disassemble the 1894s/94s cause that's what used to take mine apart. It's a fairly easy take down process. good luck. If you have any problems shoot me a PM and i can talk you through it. joe
 

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Shouldn't be any small spring surprises. If it's like my 94 1st remove the lever screw then the bolt will slide out. Then remove the stock. Then i usually loosen the hammer flat spring so it pivots off the hammer. Then i remove the screw that holds the hammer in place. Usually have to wiggle the trigger some. Then the short screw on the bottom of the lower tang plate. Then pry off the lower tang with the trigger assembly.. All that's left is your carrier screw and shell loader screw.. The only small spring you might run into is in the bolt. I think the 1889 had a 2 piece firing pin so i'm not sure how they are put together. Yeah i just checked utube and was surprised to see no videos on the 1889 disassembly.
 

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I just cleaned my parts in Hoppes. But my parts weren't too bad. Glad you got it all apart. They come apart a lot easier than my Win 1892. When you put it back together pay attention to the shell loading port latch. I didn't just put it in and got it a little out of alignment and it somehow it blocked my magazine tube. Re positioned it and it works fine now.
 
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