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Old June 20, 2002, 04:43 PM   #3
coppinger
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Yes, I had the trigger all the way back and let the hammer down all the way forward when I checked it. I'm taking it back tomorrow where I bought it to have it checked with a field rod as you suggested. I had put the snap caps with the springs in them when I first bought it to do some dry-fire sessions in both slow and rapid fire. I wonder if rotating the large cylinder around rapidly while dry-firing would do any damage when you consider the larger than normal weight mass the 8-cylinder is. Any ideas? Thanks.
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