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If you really want to cut the slide stop, get something and drive the pin out, that will give you some room to insert something under to protect the frame, and don't be shy about it, you may have to really beat on it.

"I wouldn't cut the slide release, something is going to get damaged / scratched." YES, the slide release will.

A friend's gun locked up at the range not long ago, he used an old .45 barrel from somewhere for the build, and the barrel feet broke off along with the lower part of the barrel, and that's what we did to disassemble the gun. And NO, he did not shoot some crazy hot loads.
 

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It does not matter where you cut on the SS, once you cut through it, just drive it out from the other side, and the gun should come apart after that.
 
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