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Old 11-29-2012, 03:27 AM   #51
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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
I could possibly come by before work, one day this week or next week.
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Alright Josh

Would keeping the mags loaded. Mess then up

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Alright Josh

Would keeping the mags loaded. Mess then up
There's debate on that. The general consensus is no. Some think that keeping the springs compressed will make them stay that way eventually. But, the modern thinking is that actual USE is what wears them out.

Mine stays empty just because I have no reason to keep it loaded. It's not a tactical rifle, and it's not my go-to self defense or home defense gun.
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It is my all-around rifle I live in a bad naborhood we have had people try to break in to the house before

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There's debate on that. The general consensus is no. Some think that keeping the springs compressed will make them stay that way eventually. But, the modern thinking is that actual USE is what wears them out.

Mine stays empty just because I have no reason to keep it loaded. It's not a tactical rifle, and it's not my go-to self defense or home defense gun.
I did make the slick ammo pouch on the stock for easy access to loaded mags
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It is my all-around rifle I live in a bad naborhood we have had people try to break in to the house before
Then you may want something a little bigger. I would suggest a pump action shotgun. It doesn't have to be anything tacticool. The cheapest one of a decent reputable brand, and chop the barrel off at 19" - 20" (just to keep from accidentally cutting it too short.)

You can find them for as little as $120 if you shop around.
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The underneath of the one that is the main problem and the underneath of both
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The main problem is I don't have any income but I want guns

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The main problem is I don't have any income but I want guns
I think that is every gun enthusiasts' main problem XD
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looks like maybe some grinding or filing on the feed area of the mags to me. might just try some new OEM mags and see if the problem gets resolved.
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