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In that scenario, something in the woodwork is hanging it up. Check the outside of the trigger group for anything sticking out that looks odd. Dust the inside of the wood with talc, reassemble, try again, remove the trigger group, see where the talc is removed.

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Firearms | Answered 2 days ago

1:7 would be ideal,but your rifle may shoot this ammo very will just have to try it out.bullet placement is critical with a small caliber,but,300 yards should be ok,if you put where it needs to be

Firearms | Answered on Jul 12, 2019

You can look up Colt firearms on the Colt website here:

It looks like there are 20 different results for that serial number with different years, so you'll need to compare the results to your actual firearm.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 20, 2019

The tension of the slide tends to correlate with the caliber of the firearm. A more powerful round usually needs a heavier spring to absorb the recoil to prevent damage to the moving parts. It also needs enough force on the return cycle to strip a new round from the magazine. Higher magazine capacity means higher spring tension on the rounds within it; leading to the need for an appropriate return force. Everything about the firearm you change can lead to a failure if not properly engineered. With all that said the unfortunate reality is under most circumstances you can not lighten the 9mm Parabellum to the same slide pull weight of a .380 which is actually a 9mm Kurtz (short) in Europe.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 14, 2019

Contact Powerline directly to inquire.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 10, 2019

sorry we are not playing with guns...

Firearms | Answered on Jun 05, 2019

Why would you need a letter of authenticity? It is a rifle, made by the company that made it. Authenticity would only be needed if your grandfather was General Custer and was the rifle he carried at Little Big Horn.

If you write to the maker, they will only tell you when it was made and possibly the dealer it was sold to.

You can find the date of manufacture on most makes online using Google

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Firearms | Answered on Jun 02, 2019

Have you checked the barrel. If the pellets are coming out of the clip, they have to be in the barrel.

Firearms | Answered on Jun 01, 2019

Maybe apply some lite gun oil, and tap gently hopefully this will loosen it. Can be of more help if you can tell which part you jammed in there lol

Firearms | Answered on May 25, 2019

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