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    danriverboy

    questions about OD Green Para Ordnance pistols

    That's the same slide logo.

    Over the years I've read good and bad comments about the power extractor, but I've never seen a pistol with

    danriverboy Today, 06:42 Go to last post
    megafiddle

    Usgi mag issues

    And yet, recoil and magazine springs do suffer a reduction in free length over time. Indeed this is used as an indication that the spring needs to be

    megafiddle Today, 03:56 Go to last post
    douglas34474

    Usgi mag issues

    Although the springs work close to their elastic limit, there is little chance that they will be worked beyond that elastic limit. The compression is

    douglas34474 Today, 02:52 Go to last post
    megafiddle

    Usgi mag issues

    Actually, springs can weaken with repetitive flexing. It depends on how close they are strained to their limits of elasticity.

    Many springs

    megafiddle Today, 02:04 Go to last post
    Doran

    Usgi mag follower catching

    Make sure the spring installed correctly. The proper front to back/up and down orientation and the short loop nested in the follower.

    Doran Today, 01:50 Go to last post



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