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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    You mean the op rod spring? Good thing it wasn't fired like that, hard to say what would have happened... Anyway, good to go now.
    Sounds potenaly nasty Jim, is an out of battery detonation possible with a Garandicon if the bolt isn't fully locked?

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    Yes, it's apparently happened. The spring keeps the bolt from bashing the receiver tail though and that too can be damaging. That's what I thought of with a damaged spring.

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