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    Quote Originally Posted by AmEngRifles View Post
    but never understood the part about taking up space with the recoil spring inside the butt
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    When you introduce the striker into the recoiling parts behind the bolt the full compression of recoil springs is less than the full design compression by the length of the striker. The bolt travel is less than design by the length of the striker. Since the return rod bears on the bolt, the springs cannot be fully compressed. The addition of a plug ,the length of the striker, behind the roil springs assures full design compression of the recoil springs with the striker in place. Hope this explains it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmEngRifles View Post
    Thanks Gary, tried to send a PM. Don’t think it went thru?

    Would prefer to buy an extra set to modify. Certainly would not modify a borrowed set, but rather get a set to see if I could modify for more reliable operation. I am getting closer to figuring it out.
    My email is: csmarcher@socal.rr.com
    And I have a half dozen striker springs so you’re welcome to one to modify as needed. As far as the gas regulator try it, if it works pick up a spare and modify it as per mine and drop mine back in the post when you’re done with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe H View Post
    AER,

    When you introduce the striker into the recoiling parts behind the bolt the full compression of recoil springs is less than the full design compression by the length of the striker. The bolt travel is less than design by the length of the striker. Since the return rod bears on the bolt, the springs cannot be fully compressed. The addition of a plug ,the length of the striker, behind the roil springs assures full design compression of the recoil springs with the striker in place. Hope this explains it.

    Joe

    Thanks Joe. Now I get it. Appreciate that. Thanks for hanging in there with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csmarcher View Post
    My email is: csmarcher@socal.rr.com
    And I have a half dozen striker springs so you’re welcome to one to modify as needed. As far as the gas regulator try it, if it works pick up a spare and modify it as per mine and drop mine back in the post when you’re done with it.
    Offer stands as before 👍🏻
    Thank you Gary, I will do that. Let me touch bases with you next week. Ending out a busy week, with heavy storms tonight headed our way. Hopefully my week ends on a good note. Will be decompressing this weekend.

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