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  • Re: Firing pin question
    • Andrew (Login spEKTre)
      Posted May 15, 2017 8:23 PM

      Tony the strikes are only slightly off centre and the interesting thing is no matter how many times you hit the one that doesn't go off it will never strike, eject it and rotate and bang off it goes. I am wondering if its more a reloading issue now, every now and then I have a primer that doesn't go in smoothly so I will mark those and see if its a correlation. The do light strike on all and any stage of service slow or quick. The hammer is bobbed and it does have a wolff in it so the odds are stacked up against it.

      I was more curious about the firing pin fixed on the hammer and whether a heavier spring would force the pin lower on the primer. Max is super busy ( always is ) and turn around times are 3+ months for smaller jobs like this so for the interim I will wind that strain screw up sad.gif
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