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Could someone explain "end shake" for me and how to check it? I'm sure it's me but when I search for it using the search feature everything in the world comes up. Thanks for the help!
 

DGW1949

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It's the distance the cylinder can travel fore and aft.
It is most commonly measured by using feeler guages to determine the B/C gap demension at either extreme, and them subtracting the most from the least.

Hope I said all that so's it was understandable.

DGW
 

Yosemite Sam

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DGW1949":2yzr1lz7 said:
It's the distance the cylinder can travel fore and aft.
It is most commonly measured by using feeler guages to determine the B/C gap demension at either extreme, and them subtracting the most from the least.

Hope I said all that so's it was understandable.

DGW
With the cylinder/gate closed, and the gun in complete lockup (trigger and hammer both held to the rear).

-- Sam
 

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