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Old October 10, 2012, 07:01 PM   #12
drail
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Well if you're going to leave the mag fully stuffed then you'll want to buy some spare magazine springs as they WILL weaken from full compression over time. I have seen it happen on guns kept fully loaded over time. That's a long spring and it's doing a lot of work over a long range of motion. If you want the last round to feed as slick as the first one did make sure that spring is full power. If you go with a full load/all the time, you'll get to replace it more frequently. Look closely at the shells in the mag, many will swell from the compression. Swelled up shell - feed problem. Change your mag spring at least yearly and buy an extra power spring such as Wollf. Shoot up the old shells. Buy more.
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