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Thread: RIA BBR 3.10 pocket rocket EDC firepower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchkat View Post
    The Hog is still having some issues with ejecting, I replaced the recoil spring with one from EGW. Have to work on the ejector spring.
    Ejector spring?

    What and where is that?
    Hawkmoon
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    You busted me, got my manufactures mixed up.

    Took the Warthog and 3.10 to the range yesterday as well of one of my Llamas (Minimax II). Three different ejector types.

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    edit/ pic fail
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    edit/ pic fail
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    I’m really old, not ejector! What the Warrant Officer meant to say was extractor.
    If you can't stand the answers, don't ask the questions.

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    I also just got my BBR 3.10 with only one clip. So I bought additional two "P14 45ACP Made in Italy" (etched on the clip) and found out that the clips won't fit so I searched the net and found the guy, the same guy OneDarkKnight and fixed my clips. I have not tried it yet on range. Same as your experience with your 13 rounder I can only place 14 rounds in it.

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    Sorry I thinks something went wrong uploading files.

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    I have also bought COR BON 230 +P and the store guy told me to put alternate bullets. A +P and a standard round. I still don't know if this gun can handle +P continuous shots? And I don't want to break my gun to know if it can. LOL. Anyone?

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    Here's a link to your owner's manual, courtesy of Armscor: https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/55939...al_Colored.pdf

    The firearm is chambered for cartridges with
    bullets in the round nose configuration. (NOTE: Use
    of wadcutter bullets may require extra adjustment of
    the barrel feed ramp by a competent gunsmith). Use
    factory loaded cartridges manufactured in accordance
    with industry standard.
    It does not say not to use +P. +P is a SAAMI standard, so I think this means you can shoot +P. I would not use +P on a continuous basis, but I think using standard pressure ammo for practice and +P for carry would be fine. After all, Armscor sells full-size pistols chambered in 10mm, which is a higher-power, higher-pressure round than .45 ACP +P.

    I have no idea why your gun shop advises alternating standard pressure and +P. That's got to be one of the dumbest things I've ever encountered.
    Hawkmoon
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    Thanks Hawkmoon, will follow your advise on the round, and thanks for the manual (pdf) link.

    "I have no idea why your gun shop advises alternating standard pressure and +P. That's got to be one of the dumbest things I've ever encountered." - hahaha I think so too.

    Have a great day ahead. Thanks again.

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