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Thread: Does, hammer spring pull, equate to trigger pull?

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    17k, 'splain a little more about 'inertia feeds'.
    Thnx,
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    "Inertia feed" is a rd. that pops out of magazine/loose, or not controlled by extractor- causing a bitching double feed/jamb.

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    Okay, gotcha. The slide slams the frame and bounces the round loose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    "Inertia feed" is a rd. that pops out of magazine/loose, or not controlled by extractor- causing a bitching double feed/jamb.
    Interesting, I would then guess that another factor would be an out of spec or poorly made magazine.

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    ^Sure.

    "Spread"/out of spec feedlips could/would release cartridge too soon going into battery. This could certainly cause jambs/nosedive/stovepipe.

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    There's a whole list of things that can cause mischief in feeding an autopistol. The thread was centered on the mainspring.
    Moon

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