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Post by Schaumannk 7/17/2021, 8:54 am

I forgot the ask Alex on Thursday.   Can anyone give me a clear description of how to take apart the Pardini 32 magazine so I can change out the spring?    I see a small pin thru the side of the base.   I also see a slot on the back.  At the price those things are, not interested in experimentation.   Thanks in advance for any help.     K

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Post by jjessip 7/17/2021, 12:12 pm

I tighten down the magazine by the base horizontally in a vise and tap out the pin in the base with a punch. I then remove the magazine from the vise and pull off the base. The spring and follower can then be removed. Then reassemble in reverse order and push the base fully into the magazine body. Make sure to line up the holes in the body of the magazine with the holes in the base before tapping the pin back in.

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Post by Schaumannk 7/17/2021, 12:24 pm

I am on the road and don’t have a vise.  Does the pin tap out either way or one way?

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Post by jjessip 7/17/2021, 1:39 pm

In my experience, the pin can be tapped out in either direction. If you are careful, you can tap out the pin with a punch by placing the magazine so that the base overhangs the edge of a table.

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Post by James Hensler 7/17/2021, 2:29 pm

Did you have a failure to feed and trying to find the problem?
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Post by Schaumannk 7/17/2021, 3:00 pm

James Hensler wrote:Did you have a failure to feed and trying to find the problem?
Yes and no.   I have had some failures to feed, but Pardini was here. All my magazines feed the 85g Hornady JHPs well.  But only one or two feed the short line lead Bullets consistently.  
Alex told me to replace the springs with the lighter 22 springs for the lead Bullets.  My friends who have done this have no problems.

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Post by radjag 7/18/2021, 2:02 pm

I had a 32ACP magazine problem at Perry and took it to Alex. Turned out to be a broken spring, but there were nasty burrs inside the magazine too. Took him quite a while to get it all sorted out and fit the new spring. He showed me the correct spring orientation for the HP32 (it is different from the SP22).
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Post by Schaumannk 7/18/2021, 2:06 pm

radjag wrote:I had a 32ACP magazine problem at Perry and took it to Alex. Turned out to be a broken spring, but there were nasty burrs inside the magazine too. Took him quite a while to get it all sorted out and fit the new spring. He showed me the correct spring orientation for the HP32 (it is different from the SP22).
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You were smarter than I was.   Should have had the magazines with me when I talked to Alex.    Is this the correct orientation?   Even when you are using a .22 spring in a .32 magazine?     Thanks.

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Post by James Hensler 7/18/2021, 4:09 pm

The reason I asked about any failure to feeds is because I beat my head and Alex’s head for months before I found out it was a timing not magazine related
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Post by radjag 7/18/2021, 4:10 pm

I think that it is the correct orientation with either spring, but a phone call to Alex will confirm that.

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Post by Schaumannk 7/18/2021, 8:29 pm

James Hensler wrote:The reason I asked about any failure to feeds is because I beat my head and Alex’s head for months before I found out it was a timing not magazine related
Could you clarify the problem?  I would like to know what was going wrong and what the fix was.    Thanks.

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Post by James Hensler 7/19/2021, 6:44 am

The O rings in the bolt had worn down and going from 60 grn to 85 grn caused the bolt to rebound faster then normal. Once replaced it instantly fixed the problem.
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