waterfowlhunter wrote:What is the point of all this extra work and expense Just wondering as I have golds, and X2's and have never had any issues of any sort shooting anything from AA trap loads all the way to 3.5" steel. Is the purpose just to shoot very light loads?
orphanedcowboy wrote:Look at the amount of wear on the factory recoil spring plunger, that is less than a box or two of Remington STS 1 1/8oz loads, so what will that piece look like after a season of shooting steel in all kinds of weather, more over, what will its dimensions be if it has already seen this kind of wear?
orphanedcowboy wrote:Okay, The gas comes into the piston from the side, how does the perpendicular pressure laterally move the sleeve and spring?
The piston moves back out of battery, to start the process, the low tension spring on the outside is all that keeps the piston in battery and returns it to battery, how does the heavier spring operate versus the low tension spring?
orphanedcowboy wrote:the fact that some people reported that they had broken springs in their Golds and Silver and were completely unaware they had broke and/or there was a problem because their guns functioned as normal.
clampdaddy wrote: Luckily magnum loads make enough pressure to work the action even with a broken spring so I've never experienced any downtime due to the problem.
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