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Old September 16, 2007, 02:42 PM   #23
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I noticed that my brass showed it was getting dented during ejection when I had shok-buffers installed in my Colt Combat Commander...I also had the occasional smoke stack.
Why was it denting your brass Creature?
I am not sure...didn't dent my brass before I put the buffer in. After I did though, every single casing was dented until I took the buffer out.

The smoke stack was the real eye opener. I had until then never had a smoke stacke with that gun before. Convinced me real quick that John Browning never intended for a buffer to be in there.
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