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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by Dinky, Mar 27, 2012.
Captured recoil spring!
Dinky's gonna shoot okie...............???
He had to go out and get a specially-made 1911 that works with hooves...
I didnt know the durn thing was on the loose!
<---all recoil springs present and account for!
<---that one spring is a little bit sprung and maybe oughta be replaced
What about the "ed" ones youse missed.'08.
Thanks my friend, that is very kool
I'll make sure to duck my friend
Okie, don't pay any attention to what anybody has posted in this thread. I started this thread just for you and they had no right posting in it, they are all threadjumpers
I got'ya Dinky
I am not a threadjumper.
I am an inadvertent deliverer of narrative in a random location due to unforseen effects of superposition.
And I believe, when translated, that means "threadjumper"
Stop the weeeeeeeeeeeee pigs!
It's merely rod-guided, full-length (aka, FLGR).
PS: They do make a fifty.
Generally, when I see a hex-head fastener, I think captured. A full-length guide rod doesn't need to be screwed, no? As always, I could be wrong.
Besides, a captured recoil spring on a 1911 deprives us of the joy of occasionally launching the spring cap across the room.
I also thought you was supposed to launch the interal guts of yer auto pistolas?
I got one of them there 1911s what has one of them bushing things in the end.
Insert random photo of Grape NEHI . . .