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Bill Ricca
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Posted - 11/14/2007 :  08:55:36 AM  Show Profile Send Bill Ricca a Private Message  Reply with Quote
From Technical Bulletin TB 9-1276-1. Information is self explanatory.


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Devious6
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Posted - 11/14/2007 :  10:28:32 AM  Show Profile Send Devious6 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Great info!! Thanks, Bill!!

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MrJitters
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Posted - 11/14/2007 :  4:31:23 PM  Show Profile Send MrJitters a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Yes, thanx for this info. Ahmm, a lot of us are newbies here, does it show?

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m1mike
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Posted - 11/14/2007 :  6:18:44 PM  Show Profile Send m1mike a Private Message  Reply with Quote
LOL.........I was looking for a dress on my Carbines.....
Thanks Bill...........My education continues.

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Carbinedesign
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Posted - 12/12/2017 :  08:30:00 AM  Show Profile Send Carbinedesign a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Interesting, but the terms of the explanation was a bit foggy.

The spacer serves to keep the bolt from being shoved too far up and to the left (looking from the rear) as it's driven by the slide and bolt lug forces. Not a problem if a cartridge is in the bolt face and centering everything but if closing the bolt on an empty chamber the bolt can be driven to high and left and become stuck a bit.
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jimb16
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Posted - 12/13/2017 :  6:42:36 PM  Show Profile Send jimb16 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
No, the spacer serves to prevent the barrel from being screwed too far into the receiver. The bolt should not impinge directly against the breech face. Without a cartridge in the chamber, the bolt should have a little bit of movement.

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Tuna
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Posted - 12/14/2017 :  12:07:00 PM  Show Profile Send Tuna a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Some later commercial carbines did away with the spacer altogether. Really not needed.
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always learning
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Posted - 12/15/2017 :  08:10:16 AM  Show Profile Send always learning a Private Message  Reply with Quote
If you go onto Jim Mock's site, it states that the reason for the barrel skirt is to help deflect the bullet in to the chamber. Also, it's been mentioned on some sites that it was meant to help protect the threads during installation.
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americanboy
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Posted - 12/16/2017 :  07:31:33 AM  Show Profile Send americanboy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I have carbines with dresses and commercial carbines undressed. Never have had a failure to feed with any of them.
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