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Old January 29, 2013, 12:30 AM   #82
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The Rugers usually take more neglect or abuse & come out working. Not Rocket science. Compare the working parts inside & see which one, part for part, looks heavier duty & less breakable. If I only had one that had to last the rest of my life it would be the Ruger every time. If you want the most absolute reliability, leave the original springs in it. The only problems we've had on the range have been with aftermarket spring kits. They're more likely to go click instead of bang every now and then. If you're not strong enough to handle original springs consider doing hand exercises.
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