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Old March 10, 1999, 10:45 AM   #5
George Stringer
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Join Date: October 12, 1998
Location: Earlington KY
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tputto, the extractor, ejector and recoil spring all combine to allow the pistol to function consistently and correctly. Lowering the ejection port does aid in ejection and extends the life of you brass for reloading. While I agree with the others that your extractor probably needs attention, it sounds like you have another problem. Either you are not getting consistent performance from your recoil spring or your reloads are varying in power. I'm sure you reload with all the care required but you might check your powder measure to ensure it's throwing the same charge every time as well as bullet seating depth and amount of crimp. A full length guide rod should help your recoil spring to perform more consistently but if you determine that the spring is the culprit, I'd replace it with a Wolfe. George
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