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Old 07-11-2017, 01:28 AM
flwilhe flwilhe is offline
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Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt  
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Default Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt

Please see image. I noticed strikes on my bolt in the area where the hammer hits it. Is this normal?
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Old 07-11-2017, 02:35 AM
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Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt Is this normal wear? Seeing strikes in my bolt  
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Its normal to an extent, if the photo have of shown the rear of the bolt it would be easier to say in this case. If its heavily biased to one side it may mean that your hammer isn't fitted square to the rear of the bolt or doesn't have a flat striking surface though.
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