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Post by ChipEck Wed 13 Apr 2016, 6:52 pm

It was a wonderful day in Wisconsin today, high 50s and sunny.  Took the afternoon off to shoot at a new-to-me range in Menomonie, Wisconsin.  Really nice place, multiple range officers, with covered shooting points.  

Now I know why doctors take Wednesday afternoons off!  Their only mistake is they golf instead of shooting bullseye.  Don't take many days off, need to work on that.  Shot several hundred rounds .45, .32ACP, .22.
This past weekend I was in a match where my .32 ACP Pardini kept jamming up.  Swapped the .32 magazine spring with one of my .22 magazine springs as a thread on TargetTalk suggested.  In 180 rounds it did not jam even once!

Chip
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Post by Colt711 Thu 14 Apr 2016, 11:00 am

Hi Chip!
It's always nice to get an easy fix to what seems is going to be a nasty prob.
Ron Habegger


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Post by dronning Thu 14 Apr 2016, 12:33 pm

ChipEck wrote:This past weekend I was in a match where my .32 ACP Pardini kept jamming up.  Swapped the .32 magazine spring with one of my .22 magazine springs as a thread on TargetTalk suggested.  In 180 rounds it did not jam even once!

Chip

Awesome Chip, looks like that may have fixed it.

- Dave
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Post by ChipEck Thu 14 Apr 2016, 5:37 pm

dronning wrote:
ChipEck wrote:This past weekend I was in a match where my .32 ACP Pardini kept jamming up.  Swapped the .32 magazine spring with one of my .22 magazine springs as a thread on TargetTalk suggested.  In 180 rounds it did not jam even once!

Chip

Awesome Chip, looks like that may have fixed it.

- Dave
Thanks for pointing the link out to me.

Chip
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