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Old 01-20-2010, 07:32 PM   #11 (permalink)
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If the TPC isn't threaded into the set screw tight enough, the TPC will unscrew as you shoot, lowering your velocity over the course of the day as well as causing kink.
Yes, but why wouldn't they make the TPC long enough to make kinking a non issue??
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The only reason you have kink fellas, is because the TPC ends up going in front of the set screw itself and the springs gets all funky on it.
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The only reason you have kink fellas, is because the TPC ends up going in front of the set screw itself and the springs gets all funky on it.
Explain? The tpc ends up in front of which set screw?
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the TPC set screw,if you expose the rear threads inside the bolt the mainspring catches on them.
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