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| I am posting
these two pictures mainly just for reference.
Mention has been made of a situation where
when the mag is full, at six rounds, it has
been found to release when the gun is fired,
five rounds apparently being no problem.
I am aware myself, that as with quite a few
semi's - insertion of mag' at full capacity
can be difficult - often needing a positive
''slam''. In case anyone else experiences
this let me show in detail how the magazine
catch should look when operating correctly.
The tension comes from the mainspring and
so should always be adequate, as should the
undercut profile. If this all fails to maintain
engagement then something is obviously amiss,
which would be very unusual.
have the magazine inserted and locked
in place. Notice how the catch should
be fully forward such that it engages
on the small notch on the magazine baseplate.
Should engagement fall short of this,
then either the mag has not been sharply
enough ''slammed'' to go all the way and/or
there is a need to manually push catch
forward to this position.
is the magazine unlatched as if ready
for withdrawl, or prior to a ''slam''
to fully insert and engage. Note again,
the notch in magazine baseplate.
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