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    Any sign of damage/wear to the lower barrel lug?
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    No, that area looks clean and unmolested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gb6491 View Post
    Any sign of damage/wear to the lower barrel lug?
    I like to try and understand issues others might be having with their k9 so I can watch for similiar symptoms with mine and be able to fix it.

    I struggle sometimes with the different nomenclatures.

    Can you explain what part of the barrel (if it is part of the barrel) the lower barrel lug is?

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    Last edited by Canine Dave; 02-24-2021 at 11:55 AM. Reason: spllng

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    I'm assuming it's this:
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    Huge improvement but not perfect. Sixty eight rounds fired, five different mags. One premature slide lock, Two partial feeds. During the partial feeds, I had my pinkie wrapped around the end of the mag. Thatís gotten me on other Kahrs, causing misfeeds. When I extended my pinkie like a proper tea-drinking gentleman those failures stopped. The slide lock on second to last round, I donít know.

    The slide is also extremely hard to slingshot, and fuggetabout using the slide release lever.
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    and speaking of "beveled prongs", does anyone here know what this is?

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    ^^ I think I saw one of those hanging on the wall at C r a c k e r Barrel once.
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    Picking up Hay?

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    it's a Wouff-Hong.

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    Good to know

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