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Chefdave 10-17-2008 10:47 PM

Return Spring Solution
 
If you have an abundance of Madman spring kits around, take 3 (yes 3) soft sear springs and stack them in the guide rod hole of your pump handle.

Makes for a very light but positive return. ;)

JOESPUD27 10-17-2008 11:16 PM

Only Chodes use return springs...oh wait.:LMAO:

I'll have to try this.

Jay

Chefdave 10-17-2008 11:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JOESPUD27 (Post 557081)
Only Chodes use return springs (on their guide rod)...oh wait.:LMAO:

Fixed! :p

splattttttt 10-17-2008 11:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JOESPUD27 (Post 557081)
Only Chodes use return springs...oh wait.:LMAO:

I'll have to try this.

Jay

Did you just have an epiphany?

Thanks Dave. Two just won't cut the mustard. Those seeds are tricky mull with a knife.

Chefdave 10-17-2008 11:39 PM

BTW 2 will also work. ;)

1 will not provide a positive return but will prevent the bolt from opening enough to feed a ball while running.

pump 10-18-2008 07:47 AM

i use magnets

Brewtt 10-18-2008 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chefdave (Post 557054)
If you have an abundance of Madman spring kits around, take 3 (yes 3) soft sear springs and stack them in the guide rod hole of your pump handle.

Makes for a very light but positive return. ;)

I do the same on my CCM pump(Rainman) pump mags, except that I drop a home-made spacer in the guide hole to take up a little extra space, instead of another spring. Works awesome when you have the right spring and the right sized spacer worked out. :)

splattttttt 10-18-2008 07:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pump (Post 557251)
i use magnets

SHENS! :rolleyes:

Davinci 10-18-2008 07:39 PM

I personally just use one Maddman Sear spring "stretched to taste"

splattttttt 10-19-2008 02:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Davinci (Post 557750)
I personally just use one Maddman Sear spring "stretched to taste"

That's lower in fat


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