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ive got a quick question, i recently got a TELESCOPING stock for my olympic arms, and it came with two big springs, do they both go in the buffer tube? with them both in it seems as if the bolt wont go back completely or do i just not have the two springs in right, the stock is a four position model

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it was from cheaperthandirt but i dont see who made it, and both springs look the same, ill find the link to it

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looks like from leapers

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Only one goes in the tube sinner...the other is extra...

They just started doing that aparently...putting extra springs with the stocks- I guess to get them to get sold now that the ban is over.

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i shoot it this morning, and yep one spring works great! even hit what i was aimiming at lol

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Always nice to hit what you're aiming at. :D

It took me about 7-8 shots to get on the paper with mine when I finally got to the range. It was shooting way high.

Glad you got the spring straightened out. (no pun intended)

Chris

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LMAO just picturing you trying to put the second spring in. Must have looked something like shooting pool with a rope.

Sometimes we have to laugh at ourselfs.

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oh it was a fight but a got both in, lol. but then the bolt wouldnt even budge lol, btw my "target" was a bluejay, he exploded pretty nicely

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Now try apples...and cucumbers...and a canteloupe...or 2 watermelons...

Yep, I had a fun thanksgiving :smile: Too bad I didn't have a camera

How about a spent shell casing from 10 yards?

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