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Old March 14, 2013, 04:59 AM   #2
iraiam
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I'm assuming you mean you are getting good strikes on the RIM of the 22 shell.

My first guess would be to make sure that the new firing pin has a sharp square edge on it, I had best results when the firing pin made a pronounced square dent in the rim of the 22 shell, not a rounded one.

by sharp I mean the tip should be flat and blunt, but the corners should be sharp and not rounded. I hope that makes sense anyway.
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