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Old 01-27-2013, 17:50   #64
Any Cal.
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Look at it and see. You want to be sure that the firing pin can't hit the primer if the case is ahead of the extractor, which would allow the gun to fire out of battery. You also want to be sure that the extractor is heavy enough to take the force of the firing pin strike repeatedly. I have heard of one person who did what you are suggesting, but have no experience at all with that pistol, so could not say whether it is safe or not.
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