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Post by lagavulin62 » April 19th, 2009, 9:34 am

I got a dilema here maybe yall can help out. I want to purchase another p64 but I really would prefer one of the triangle hammer type I received on the first order from j&g. seems like the new batch is all round hammers and there appears to be a trigger spring concern with these. I want to avoid that. do you think I should order and special request the triangle hammer, whatever is left of them I wonder if there are still enough like new ones left? maybe I should order and not worry about it? what do yall think? thanks

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Post by 6x6pinz » April 19th, 2009, 10:47 am

order another one and don't worry about it. The spring can be replaced it is a problerm. I recently picked up one of the JG round hammers and it is very difficult to tell the difference when shooting it next to the triangle hammer I have become acustomed to. I have had no problems with the round hammer after a thorough cleaning other than keeping it fed.

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Post by beasleydano » April 19th, 2009, 2:27 pm

+1 with 6x6pinz. I like them both. And don't you want both models?

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Post by lagavulin62 » April 19th, 2009, 8:03 pm

ok 6x6 and beasley, gonna take yalls advice and order regardless. at this point it really doesn't matter to me about having both models. just want another as reliable as the first. now 10 years from now when they are no longer $160 I'm sure I'll think differently. thanks for the feedback.

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Post by frankmako » April 20th, 2009, 7:05 pm

better get them while the price is low. want be long before the price will go up.

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