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need help with my citori

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by GordonWood421, May 8, 2007.

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  1. GordonWood421

    GordonWood421 TS Member

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    agee ,

    Someone , somewhere , posted that the good ole 1911 "45" hammer springs from Brownell's will do the exact job you are wanting and that swapping the springs is an easy project .

    I bought the springs and then bought a Zoli ----- need another Citori and a couple 'a springs ?

    Charlie
     
  2. gotbass

    gotbass Member

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    I just break the gun and have my hand over the shell, no need to pop it up in the air. No need to replace anything. Save hull or let fly all good.
     
  3. Beancounter

    Beancounter TS Member

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    Agree with gotbass. How hard is it to put your hand over the shells when you open the gun? I have shot many many thousands of shells from my old browning and no problems. Hand over to capture, not to let em fly. Lots easier than trying to get that hardware off the gun the first time.
     
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