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Well one his trigger bar spring slipped up over the bar so the trigger could not be pulled back forward. I did have to lower his sear manually I used my fork contraption. Then I am sorry to say his slide release spring is gone it has vary little tension so that was the only part replaced. So with a 10 min turnaround fats pistol is heading back to him.

Now Fat you owe me 50 bucks labor.....april fools


 

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Right fu*&in on!
I'm happy as Rosie Odonnel in a donut factory!
It's awesome timing...I got my renewed permit just 5min ago in the mail.
Now I won't feel so naked.
However from what it looks like...he fixed it way better than I ever could.
My hands shake so much nowadays I can't seem to get anything right when it involves small detailed things.
I'll be baack 8)
 

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Dude, that gun's forked... nobody will ever buy it now.
 

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Fork you, aiformula! You naysayer :twisted:
 

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Good job James. You better patent that fork before SA put an XD logo on one and calls it their design!
 

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Man, you sure fu*ked that fork up. Were you hungry at the time? Or just smithin'?
 

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You know the funny thing about those pictures were that I had a set of jewlers screwdrivers sitting off to the side and even glanced at them. A pick would be good as well but not as fun.
 

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ajamesp51 said:
A pick would be good as well but not as fun.
Yeah, I know that I get some fun out of using "improvised tools" too. I save all of my broken spring hooks and use them for lock pick and other such "off label" functions.
 
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