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Post by James Hensler 11/18/2020, 7:56 am

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I am wondering if the people who say their SP’s jam with a certain ammo or stovepipe with another have ever cleaned the 13 o-rings in the bolt. I bet the farm the true answer would be “ I’ve never cleaned or taken them out” and that’s why they have had problems after shooting 5-10k rounds
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Post by radjag 11/19/2020, 9:03 pm

Jim,

Everyone needs to understand that, good as the Pardini SP/HP's might be, they do need some TLC. They appear to be trouble free, almost "bullet proof", but once those little O-rings deteriorate everything can very quickly start to go pear shaped.

The trigger systems are beautifully adjustable, but they can lose adjustment, then it can be quite a challenge to get everything back to perfect.

In my experience it is the HP32ACP that deteriorates fastest - for sure that is because the factory 32ACP60XTP ammo is quite sharp - that harsh recoil impulse will eventually mess up settings - it certainly has done for me a couple of times already. But, keep it in perfect adjustment and it is an X-machine.

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Post by Thebutcher95 11/23/2020, 4:40 pm

So I am assuming that you pop out the pin on top and with alittle work the O rings come out.
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Post by James Hensler 11/23/2020, 4:51 pm

Thebutcher95 wrote:So I am assuming that you pop out the pin on top and with alittle work the O rings come out.
Yes I use a little Allen wrench to stick in the middle of the o-rings and they come right out. They should be black in color and there are 13 of them. When reinstalling them shove in on the black buffer a little bit before you hammer the pin back in


Now these O rings are only in the newer version bolt
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Post by Thebutcher95 11/23/2020, 7:08 pm

Yup
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