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Old October 7, 2012, 02:06 PM   #9
drail
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If you don't know how old your mag spring is or who made it buy a new one from Wolff. The mag spring is just about the most critical part in a pump gun. Most people figure out that they need a new mag spring when the gun starts to misfeed on the last couple of rounds. Don't wait that long. Just replace it for a few bucks. When you do you'll immediately notice how much more force is required to insert the first round into the mag. That's what you want to feel. If you're going to keep this gun loaded for years at a time consider downloading it by one round. The spring will last much longer than it will if you load it full up. Most shells will begin to swell long before the spring starts to weaken. Change them out once a year.
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