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With a New weapon loading probs are in the mags alot of the time. Work the springs in the mags and you will find that most of your loadiing probs disappear.
I later found out Canik likes 124 to break in their extremely stiff recoil springs.

However my Extar9 had over 1000rds through it using well used Glock mags.

My brother's 19 probably had 5000 or more through it.
 

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Finally took the 4595 apart for a quick cleaning.
Not much to it, and now i see why they are cheap to buy.
Very simple gun....
But.... It seems to run great... 👍👍
Im hoping the scope is still on, and im guessing it will be.... 🥸🥸
I'll know when i get a chance to go shoot.
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Finally took the 4595 apart for a quick cleaning.
Not much to it, and now i see why they are cheap to buy.
Very simple gun....
But.... It seems to run great... 👍👍
Im hoping the scope is still on, and im guessing it will be.... 🥸🥸
I'll know when i get a chance to go shoot.
:unsure::unsure::unsure:
Keep in mind that every time you remove the shroud the zero will be different to some degree. It's no different than with the QD mount optics on any other rifle. It SHOULD always be close enough, unless you bumped it, but never exactly the same POA to POI. Just a little FYI.
 
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The carbines done....
Simple n ready for deer season.
Underwood 255 grain +P hardcast ammo should work nice.... 👍👍👍👍
Oooo.... The parachute cord u see is for my single point sling..... 🤪🤪🤪
Not bad.

Most of us just took the factory sling stud, screwed it in to the nut on the charging handle side, popped it out, then stuck it back in on the ejection port side of the stock, and screwed the stud back in where the nut used to be.
 

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Oooo.... The parachute cord u see is for my single point sling..... 🤪🤪🤪
Yeah….you’re going to fit in fine fine here!😁

Here’s how it looks if you do the Swivel Swap like Rach mentioned.

 

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And here is the swap from both sides, without a sling in the way...
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Well i did the single point swivel thing u mentioned. You do need to drill out the hole with a 3/8" drill to get that nut into the hole on the other side... Carefull to not go to deep!!
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No... you don't...

I didn't. I used the force...in my man hands...
 

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No... you don't...

I didn't. I used the force...in my man hands...
But, Robert, you are by your own admission, a gorilla.
 

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I tried by putting the original screw into the nut n pounding it into the hole with a feeling i would split the plastic stock.
I pounded it quite hard. So.... Decided on the 3/8" drill, and still had to pound it in. Wasn't as hard then.
I felt that was a better choice then chancing cracking the stock.
Just wanted to share my idea for others so maybe they wouldn't break theirs.
Anyway.... That swivel idea for the single point sling was a great idea..... 👍👍👍🥸🥸🥸👁👅👁
 

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Huh. Mine just sucked right up as I screwed the swivel in. No force, no drill…
 

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Huh. Mine just sucked right up as I screwed the swivel in. No force, no drill…
The other guy we told about this little trick said he had to drill out his stock as well. I mean I get the fact that the nuts are slightly larger than the bolts due to being knurled so they grip the plastic. It's supposed to be a tight fit...

I guess as long as it's done the how doesn't matter?
 

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The other guy we told about this little trick said he had to drill out his stock as well. I mean I get the fact that the nuts are slightly larger than the bolts due to being knurled so they grip the plastic. It's supposed to be a tight fit...

I guess as long as it's done the how doesn't matter?
True. I did pound quite hard on mine be4 i drilled...
Still was a tite fit even after i drilled... 😵‍💫😵‍💫
 

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