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  1. Aero Denezol

    Walther PPK recoil & recoil springs

    I have an early Interarms Walther PPK/S I took to the range for the first time last night. The recoil was BRUTAL, it felt like I was shooting .357 out of an LCP. 15 hours later the web of my hand is still bruised. When I was cleaning the gun afterward, I noticed the recoil spring was flat wound...
  2. 2Wheels4Ever

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  3. that guy

    Army might have found its new rifle in Colorado Springs garage

    First I’ve heard of this. Wonder if it works. How does it auto load? Army might have found its new rifle in Colorado Springs garage
  4. fredball

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  5. DLS

    Measuring Glock Recoil Springs

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  6. CountryGent

    M1 Carbine Parts to Keep on Hand?

    So, one thing I've done in recent years is to keep some parts on hands for certain firearms. As an M1 Carbine is the latest acquisition, I'm giving this some thought. Before asking, however, here is a a very quick overview of how I prioritize/plan spare parts: If the arm is a fun gun or a...
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