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Old April 24, 2007, 04:18 PM   #17
RsqVet
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JR --

Not everyone is as experinced, not every gun shop permits extended evaluation and in some states you have to have a permit to even look... plus sometimes you order in a gun havign already left a deposit or buy the gun online.

SO it can happen to the best of us.

Cutting the spring is obvioulsy a bad idea on any gun and nothing can be concluded from the fact the gun did not work after that other than it was a bad idea to begin with. I have had similar lack of luck with light weight springs in my Rugers... they are fine guns I messed with the system then they did not work in that configuration.
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