I just picked up a Springfield Mil-Spec 1911-A1. Anyway, I took it apart after about 160 rounds b/c I wanted to clean it, but also there wwas an over abundance of oil from factory it seemed. Anyway, when putting it back together I had a terrible time with the slide stop. The slide stop would not go back in b/c the slide stop plunger was in the way. I ended up taking an alan wrench and pushing the stop plunger in while pushing the slide stop back into place. Is there an easier way to do this? The manual doesn't really explain in detail how to put the slide stop back it...and it's a pita. Anyway, I put a little oil along the slide, and around the barrel. The only other pistol I've owned was a Glock G19..and the manual pointed out the points I should oil...the springfield does not. I also know the G19 requires very little oil. It seems the springfield likes lots of oil based from how it was shipped. Anyway, any help regarding slide stop assembly and oiling on this gun would be great. Thanks guys.