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Old 06-06-2012, 09:44 AM   #21
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This the part that fails in Colt and there cones . I know all the late model Cimarron they have the Ruger type pawl and spring in there guns . The flat spring broke or got week . This tool and kit can be had for Midway .

I own 4 Cimarron now and 1 the lock up was too tight . So I took a about .003 off the middle step of pawl to correct it . To check this , pull your hammer back all the way and hold it there and see if cylinder rotation has any movement , it needs movement . If so it OK , if not need to stone a .001 or so off pawl . Remember DON"T change angles and a .001 make a big differents so go super slow . A tight cylinder cause bad timing and jams ups .

Thanks, the pistol did it from the beginning. I've had it for about 10 years and haven't shot it in about 9 years. I bought it about the same time I bough my Henry and both broke rather quickly. I sent the Henry in for repairs a few months ago and now it shoots perfect.
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Old 06-06-2012, 05:23 PM   #22
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These are the other 2 springs they put in the new Cimarron to make them super hard to break . You can thank the SASS/CAS guy to come up with this stuff to fix the weak points of Colt design ..And they replace stock springs without modifying guns




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These are the other 2 springs they put in the new Cimarron to make them super hard to break . You can thank the SASS/CAS guy to come up with this stuff to fix the weak points of Colt design ..And they replace stock springs without modifying guns
Thanks for the info. I'm rather new to cowboy actions.
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Anyone else primarily using Federal 550 round bulk .22LR ammo that you find at Walmart? I have several boxes and find it fairly accurate, fairly clean and have experienced very few failures to fire due to dud rounds. Remington bulk packs OTOH, I seem to have a higher failure rate by far in my .22s than Federals budget ammo.
The Fedral bulk in the red box works real good in my SR22P
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