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    CGN frequent flyer Dr. Hunter's Avatar
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    It's slightly loose and doesn't thread in but don't think it'll come out unless the gun is disassembled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Yugga View Post
    Is 9 pound pull typical?
    Is that what you measured it at? I wish I had a pull gauge because it is very heavy, even my cheapy PSA SBR pulls at half the weight and no creep. The WK 180 is pretty similar to an SKS trigger.

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    My gauge maxes out at 8, but the overtravel off scale looks close to 9.
    This was after I polished the sear and hammer claw.
    At least I got the grittiness out.
    The creep and weight still sux.
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    charging handle is magnet secured. The magnet popped out in mine so I locteted it in.

    the magnet was a last minute design change and John says that they will be going back to the O-ring secured charging handle, and all owners will be sent one.

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    I paid pre order.. No notice for rest of payment.. I'll have to email these guys

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    These sound like great rifles.

    Only a few bugs to work out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaredP View Post
    charging handle is magnet secured. The magnet popped out in mine so I locteted it in.

    the magnet was a last minute design change and John says that they will be going back to the O-ring secured charging handle, and all owners will be sent one.
    Wrong way round, the O ring was a last minute change but we are back to the magnet. The idea is to keep the charging handle clear of the receiver when the gun is firing, it is not to retain the charging handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaredP View Post
    charging handle is magnet secured. The magnet popped out in mine so I locteted it in.
    That's an odd one. Mine is staked in on either side of the magnet.
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    I just got home and disassembled the rifle to see if I have a magnet or not. I sure do! Ingenious!

    Mr Wolverine, what are your thoughts on dry firing this rifle? Is it able to sustain dry fire practice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_T View Post
    That's an odd one. Mine is staked in on either side of the magnet.
    Some of the first production were not staked, they are a "push fit" but we now stake them all. Using Lock Tite is a good fix, thank you.
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