Ain't mine, man. Somebody posted it, in a question, a year or so back, and it was so purty I saved it. Then, couple of months later, someone asked just about this same question, and I thought, "Oh, I can do visual aids", and drew the circles and numbers and arrows (and a paragraph on the back explaining it), and I put it up ever once in awhile, when this question comes up.The Radom also has a half-cock, which some people count as a safety.
That is a beautiful picture, Alpo, and a beautiful gun. I have four Radoms but, alas, not an eagle one. Color me green with envy.
That "thing 1, thing 2" stuff works great, don't it?Yes, the later Radoms had no takedown catch (thing 2). To field strip those, you have to pull back the slide, move the decocking lever (thing 1) down, then release the slide so the lower arm of the decocking lever fits into a notch in the top of the hammer. That lines up the slide stop with its removal point in the slide.
Note that in those guns, pulling forward on the recoil spring guide to take pressure off the slide stop is harder, since the dismount point is further ahead than in the guns with the dismount catch.