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WTB: Bolt Hold Open Spring (Socal)

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No problem.

 

Consider it a "welcome to the forum" present. LOL :beer:

 

 

 

*EDIT* Shipped the package out Monday morning.

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I lost a BHO spring too, and a member here was nice enough to send me a freebie too... Some great people here. :smoke:

 

Springs have the wonderful ability to, when suddenly released under tension, to leave this dimensional plane of existence.

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I lost a BHO spring too, and a member here was nice enough to send me a freebie too... Some great people here. :smoke:

 

Springs have the wonderful ability to, when suddenly released under tension, to leave this dimensional plane of existence.

 

Greg at CSS sells them on his website.

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I lost a BHO spring too, and a member here was nice enough to send me a freebie too... Some great people here. :smoke:

 

Springs have the wonderful ability to, when suddenly released under tension, to leave this dimensional plane of existence.

 

Greg at CSS sells them on his website.

Yes, I know Greg does... Now... Back then, he didn't.

At the time though, like now, the community here showed itself righteous.

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I lost a BHO spring too, and a member here was nice enough to send me a freebie too... Some great people here. :smoke:

 

Springs have the wonderful ability to, when suddenly released under tension, to leave this dimensional plane of existence.

 

Greg at CSS sells them on his website.

Yes, I know Greg does... Now... Back then, he didn't.

At the time though, like now, the community here showed itself righteous.

 

 

 

I like this place, good people, good information. What else can you ask for. :super:

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I lost a BHO spring too, and a member here was nice enough to send me a freebie too... Some great people here. :smoke:

 

Springs have the wonderful ability to, when suddenly released under tension, to leave this dimensional plane of existence.

 

I have a friend who has a black hole theory about disappearing springs.

 

They DO tend to disappear when they are most needed, and reappear when you have already replaced them - where you would least expect them to be. I believe it is a natural law.

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I have a friend who has a black hole theory about disappearing springs.

 

They DO tend to disappear when they are most needed, and reappear when you have already replaced them - where you would least expect them to be. I believe it is a natural law.

Looping wormhole with random openings on this end?

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I have a friend who has a black hole theory about disappearing springs.

 

They DO tend to disappear when they are most needed, and reappear when you have already replaced them - where you would least expect them to be. I believe it is a natural law.

Looping wormhole with random openings on this end?

 

Sounds right to me. Eddies in the time space continuum....

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I lost a BHO spring too, and a member here was nice enough to send me a freebie too... Some great people here. :smoke:

 

Springs have the wonderful ability to, when suddenly released under tension, to leave this dimensional plane of existence.

 

I have a friend who has a black hole theory about disappearing springs.

 

They DO tend to disappear when they are most needed, and reappear when you have already replaced them - where you would least expect them to be. I believe it is a natural law.

 

Based on my past experience, I would agree with you 100% (a spring will get lost until you buy a new one to replace it). However, I had a "spring miralce" last month. I was at the shooting range (with my Bersa Thunder) and the pin holding my extracter slid out (it was not seated all they way). When I got home that evening from the range I noticed I did not have an extracter OR spring. I called the range and they had found the extracter on the shooting bench, but not the spring. So, I drove to the range the next mornig and found it nestled on the ground. Interestingly, it only took 30 seconds to find it. A miracle!

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