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Old November 12, 2012, 05:57 PM   #7
jackpine
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Winchester will fix it no charge but some of the other info above isn't 100% correct. The old model firing pin would break and jam in the forward possition and then you get an out of battery slam fire when the bolt goes home on a live cartridge causing a " high velocity disassembly" that could include parts of your own body. As far as the full auto thing the first M 100's made had extra parts added that were supposed to prevent full auto conversion but it was found out that these extra parts can cause the hammer to fall without the operator choosing to do so. If you can't find a good shop to fix this you should send it off to

www.ahlmans.com

they have staff that know these inside and out
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