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New_comer
09-24-2004, 21:52
Hello, everyone ;)

I am really irritated by the way my PS1911 ejects the casings: about 12-15 ft. (I lose a lot of casings this way ;g). I've read somewhere that 6-8 ft would be the norm. What do I do?

Where should I get the replacement slidespring, and what poundage would be sufficient? Thanks! :)

Allegra
09-24-2004, 21:54
Mas maganda nga yan eh
Dont change anything

New_comer
09-25-2004, 03:44
Mas maganda nga yan eh
Dont change anything Hindi kaya't mas malakas mabugbog yung frame/ss pin dahil sa lakas ng pagbayō ng parts. Para kasing nalalambutan ako sa pagkasā.

Feeling ko matigas pa ikasā yung hk ko e...;g

TY ulit...

Eye Cutter
09-25-2004, 04:03
sa .45 cal try 14-16lbs.

Allegra
09-25-2004, 05:58
[QUOTE]Originally posted by New_comer
[B]Hindi kaya't mas malakas mabugbog yung frame/ss pin dahil sa lakas ng pagbayō ng parts. Para kasing nalalambutan ako sa pagkasā.

Yup :) pero masarap iputok
Nasa burner series yan how to get the proper spring rate for you and your gun

mbclubph
09-25-2004, 07:42
pano pow?

Eye Cutter
09-25-2004, 08:19
wag na. lalambot din yan. Iputok mo nang iputok. Saka mag practice ka everyday racking and pulling the trigger (dry fire) para ma-break-in and lumambot.

9MX
09-25-2004, 09:58
Originally posted by mbclubph
pano pow?

go to www.toglock.com. get all the recoil spring variant available for your g19 to determine your preference;z

mc_oliver
09-26-2004, 19:42
Originally posted by New_comer
Hello, everyone ;)

I am really irritated by the way my PS1911 ejects the casings: about 12-15 ft. (I lose a lot of casings this way ;g). I've read somewhere that 6-8 ft would be the norm. What do I do?

Where should I get the replacement slidespring, and what poundage would be sufficient? Thanks! :)
What's a PS1911?

Anyway, I'm guessing you have a 1911 and an extended ejector. If so, try using 1 or 2 shok buffs and see if your gun still works. Also, make sure your slide is collapsing on the buff and not on the spring. otherwise, you may have to trim a few coils. ;)

Eye Cutter
09-27-2004, 00:13
peter stahl 1911 ni new_comer

mc_oliver
09-27-2004, 02:58
Aw, I see. Thanks doc. ;)

New_comer
09-27-2004, 05:04
Originally posted by mc_oliver
Anyway, I'm guessing you have a 1911 and an extended ejector. If so, try using 1 or 2 shok buffs and see if your gun still works. Also, make sure your slide is collapsing on the buff and not on the spring. otherwise, you may have to trim a few coils. ;) Are these the blue (or was it opaque white? ^8) wilson plastic spacers I saw once at Marksman MCS yata yon? Ok, I'll try that.

I'll also check on collapsing on buff not on spring: I think it's the guide cylinder that collides with the rear plate of the guide rod, Me metal wear kasi yung plate and makintab yung rear ng cylinder.

Thanks, bos mc_o... ;)