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Old 11-29-2012, 02:54 AM   #41
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It look like someone ether glued it on or something

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This is the closes to the rod thing I could get

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Old 11-29-2012, 02:57 AM   #42
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Brazed? ? It sorda looks like it is crimped shut

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Old 11-29-2012, 02:59 AM   #43
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It seems that it happens all too often...
A used gun is malfunctioning, and the new owner discovers someone has been jacking around with it.

I've notified someone else who should hopefully stop in shortly.

Does it look like it's been brazed into place?

And Marlin, I would have to look again to make sure, but I don't think those screw holes go all the way through.
It has had at least two previous owners. The previous owner never used it.
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:05 AM   #44
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It has had at least two previous owners. The previous owner never used it.
Your both from Ocean Springs? Did you sell it to him?
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No I bought it from one of his friends

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Ah, ok. It doesn't matter anyway.

While we're waiting for a response, how about a close up of the end of that rod thingy, and the feeding end of the mags?

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Both mags and the rod thing
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Do you know which mag seems to be having the most trouble feeding? They do have slightly different wear patterns, and the bottom on in the upper pic seems to have a carbon build up on the ramp. That could be an issue.

I'll look at mine and see if I can tell you how to take it apart and clean it.

That rod thing? I would clamp on with some vise grips and torque that joker off. But do so at your own risk if you decide to do that..

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I tryed to tap it off but no luck didn't wanna hit it to hard don't wanna break Nothen

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Oh yeah, simple stuff. Just slide the floor plate off. Spring and follower just drop out.

On further inspection, the bottom mag in the first pic looks like it may have some excessive wear. You may just have to ditch it. See how the ramp looks slightly wider and deeper than the other?

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