Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by TEX, Jul 10, 2007.
Thanks - TEX
http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/productview?saleitemid=926136&t=11082005 no more misfires at all even with CCI's, my dad went the other way and put a standard power wolff power-rib set in with the obligatory stoning and polishing and has a much improved pull, it may not be that much lighter, but it feels a lot lighter than factory and doesn't stack up near the point of release like the flat springs do. I have a 686-6, my dad has a 29-3
Hope this helps.
The strain screw should be kept tight. "Adjustment" is in it's length and the strength of the mainspring.
Order an extra from brownells and shorten it to the measured distance.
I had some milsurp or Euroblock 9mm that CCI gave me a couple of double strikes until they fired in my Taurus PT auto. However, all the very same CCI primers fired first pull on all other brand of brass.
I've used Winchester and find them a bit softer in the regards that the same problematic brass with CCI was not an issue with Winchester primers.
YMMV, shoot safe.
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