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Old December 31, 2011, 03:26 PM   #13
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If you brought it to my shop I would shorten the plunger pin (or replace it) and modify the back side of the slide stop lug so that it smoothly pushes the plunger out of the way instead of simply pressing it against the side of the frame and requiring you to use some "tool" to get it in. Mass produced parts like the plunger pin or the tube cause this stuff. "OK, that sorta looks like a plunger pin. No, don't measure it. Stick it in there and call it good"
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