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Old 07-09-2018, 06:25 PM
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Never implied that it was common, just it happened to me and I had the unnecessary parts removed. If assembled wrong then the PC would have corrected it. If the PC was at fault it would be incompetence. I watched the plates come off, the spring was in the correct place confirmed by the armorer and by me. Backed up by manual. Nothing was broke that could be seen, was a failure of the lock to remain unlocked. Future guns with locks will continue to be de-locked before even firing from here on out.
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