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PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2014 3:12 pm 
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I have the spring and the clip. The spring just sproinged during a session. Looks like the 2 ends just came uncoupled. I took it out to keep it safe.

Anyone experienced in:
A) opening the clip and
B) reconnecting the spring ends

Also a long time ago I read some where about a mod fro them where you replace the spring with little O-rings in each changer. Any know where that tutorial is/was?

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 9:47 pm 
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So I just sucked it up and gentle separated the clip parts with a flat head driver. there were 4 small posts and light gluing. 2 posts stayed in the body but I the remaining 2 posts provide the correct alignment still for when I re-glue the "cover".
AND after fiddling with the spring with no success at getting it to stay connected to itself.....I recalled a thread somewhere when a fella said to mod them using an O-ring...which I had a large selection sitting next to me of. So I slipped a ring around the "cylinder" and it seated fine and held the pellets and rotated in the casing. And it passed the test in the gun so it is back in service tomorrow after a light gluing.
Happy ending to another broken gun thread (I hope).

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