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Old 04-26-2019, 02:55 PM   #71
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Just get it threaded!
Now THAT's an idea I hadn't thought of.

Maybe I need to contact the facility in Florida that Kraft used. If ANYBODY could thread my barrel, I bet they could. Next question is, can I afford it....AND will it be recorded by surveillance cameras. Could probably send a copy of the recording to 'Americas Funniest Videos'. Winnings on Americas Funniest Videos could pay for my thread job.
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While I got you all here, does anybody know the specs of a ppk recoil spring? Length, ID and OD.
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MG Mike. Look in the PP section and be sure to look where no one ever goes....the FAQ section up top. 1917

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Here, save you the trouble....nearly all of these sections have a FAQ section that seem invisible.

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While I got you all here, does anybody know the specs of a ppk recoil spring? Length, ID and OD.
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MG Mike. Look in the PP section and be sure to look where no one ever goes....the FAQ section up top. 1917

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Wow! Thank you very much. That was almost too easy, but I'll take it.
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Old 04-26-2019, 07:51 PM   #75
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I know walther has done some running changes since its release, and without having any said other ccp to compare to mine, it is and will be just speculation, trying to fix, other members weapons on a forum. It's like trying to fix a car over the phone, pure speculation.
Which is why good photos are of such benefit. There is nothing like a pistol in hand... I could sort out many a P22 issue, pistol in hand. On the net...whole nother story, beginning with the fact that some people don't understand their firearm to begin with nor are able to describe the problem clearly.

On the P22 a cartridge can really rear up its nose...but it rarely matters because the breech rail which is square with the rear of the chamber will hit the top edge of the rim first....add the drag of the underside of the mag lips to the top of the rim and the first thing the breech rail does is shove the nose down and into the feed ramp where it slides up and into the chamber. I've tried to pull up on a round so it will misfeed and cause a stoppage....won't work. The nose of the round is immediately shoved down. Now, could you have a worn or damaged mag that didn't hold the round properly, provide enough drag on the rim....absolutely...which is why you need more than one or two mags to solve these kinds of things.

Now on some pistols it is pretty essential that the rear of the round slide up the face of the breech at a slant so that it can work its way under the extractor...it all squares up as the round slides into the chamber.

Shoot, I'll drag out files and emery paper and my old brick anytime I think something needs fixing on a shootin' iron. But, if it is one I plan on using for self defense....it better run right straight out of the box or its going back to the mother ship.

I don't think the amount of work done to the front of the mag is of any significance regarding creating a problem....it might in fact benefit function. To test this someone, even MEHO, would have to have issues that he can clearly identify and then determine that the mag modification solved them. That is what a lot of discussion at this forum is about. Nothing personal to any of it. Hobby to me. 1917

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Old 04-27-2019, 06:47 PM   #76
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I see what meho was talking about with the angle of the top round and the space between the top round and the second. The mags on my PPS m2 does the same thing

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I think this is typical for most single stack magazines.

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Old 05-19-2019, 10:50 AM   #78
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So after another satisfying range day, 150 more rounds through my CCP and 150 through my vp9sk, putting the CCP to about 2050 rounds down range and about 1500 through the hk, both performed flawlessly, by the way, anyway, while cleaning i decided to give one more picture as to why I relieved more material out of the front of the magazine. As you can see, the front of the magizine used to protrude above the bottom of the feed ramp, now its below the feed ramp. No way for the casing to hit the front of the magazine.
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