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    I wish all I needed was $4 K to finish my projects!!

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    me too, I need 4k just to finish up my chaingun

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    A chaingun! I'm not even going to ask.

    My Uber-Project is the clone of the OC-14 Groza. The pieces are coming together on that one, albiet slowly. I recently had an idea to redo the reamer, so I haven't yet even fired the 9x39 wildcat I've built. I'm going to get some more powder capacity with the change. Honestly, that is my BIG project!
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    A new trigger spring (G3 trigger) fixed my light primer fires. I polished some too, but there are no more light primer strikes.

    It looks as if the new mainspring helped, but unfortunately the ridge on the back of my extention, the ridge into which the main spring sits, doesn't keep the spring in position 100% of the time

    I think the answer is to improve that ledge. Another idea I had was that, on both sides near the rails, I could "peg" or "wire" the main spring into place. That would be over-engineering the problem, but I don't know that I can get that spring to stay centered. I think I made the O.D. of the extension too thin, so the ledge may not actually work.

    Need to do some more tweaking and widgeting with it... however the Honey-Do list keeps me busy this week. *AND* the range is closing for repairs for 2 months

    ***SO*** close!!!!!
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