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Old 08-15-2012, 02:51 AM   #1
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Hey I have an urgent problem I hope someone can please help me. I have a 6mm browning pistol which I believe is a baby. The follower on the mag got all whopper jawed and popped out and now I can't get it to go together for the life of me. I can't get the floor plate off of anything. There has to be some trick to it. I'm so frustrated and any help you could give would be much appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance.



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Old 08-15-2012, 05:28 AM   #2
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Hey I have an urgent problem I hope someone can please help me. I have a 6mm browning pistol which I believe is a baby. The follower on the mag got all whopper jawed and popped out and now I can't get it to go together for the life of me. I can't get the floor plate off of anything. There has to be some trick to it. I'm so frustrated and any help you could give would be much appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance.
it seems you have a not so common gun. can you post some pics of the magazine. I'll give it my best shot to see if I can lend you some assistance


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I'm just loving the expression "whopper jawed". You from the South?

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Yeah I will get some pics up this evening. The problem is that it has a sealed baseplate s I think the follower has to go in from the top and it's just hard to figure it out. But there has to be a way. And I'm from southeast ohio going towards west Virginia, so your pretty close haha

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This any help?
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