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I havethe same gun. If that sear spring came from M-Carbo, TAKE IT OUT NOW!. You have created a situation where your gun can go full auto. That spring is too light. Dozens of posts here giving full details, so I won't repeat it for the umpteenth time. Otherwise, you got a great pistol. Mine eats what it's fed and is very accurate. Welcome to the zoo
 
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Know of any other?
Theres at least two. That James fella sells them also. I won't post his page and give him free advertising
 

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Nope. But that doesn't mean much. I don't buy or look for many after market parts. I takeit they're the only one's out there?
Never mind, moonz beat me to the post.
 

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Theres at least two. That James fella sells them also. I won't post his page and give him free advertising
I did not know that. I'm quite sure it's just as reliable as McJunko's.
 

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I did not know that. I'm quite sure it's just as reliable as McJunko's.
Yep. He's a law suit waiting to happen. He was here for a short time. He sells those collapsible stocks kits.
 

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My JHP accepts all ammo including reloaded and is more accurate than I am.

I used a piece of bicycle inner tube on my grip for a firmer hold.

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Welcome, OP. I used to be on the other side of the Howard Frankenstein from PC. Got stuck on that thing for four hours when a guy flipped his vehicle over the side just before I got onto it.

It looks like you went all out with your JHP 45. I kept mine plain stock, but it is fun to take it out to run. It's an accurate pistol!
 
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