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I now own my second Charles Daly. There is a peculiar condition that both have had...

Both guns spit something back in your face when fired. I wear safety glasses, so my eyes are protected. I assume that it's powder, either burned or unburned. It occurs using any type of load. None other of my 1911s do this. Both of the CDs have done it.


The CD is a tack driver, reliable, and the work that I did to improve the gun has made it thoroughly enjoyable. BTW, the trigger has settled to 2.5 lbs and is crisp!.

What causes the "spitting"?.


[This message has been edited by Big George (edited 07-26-2000).]
 

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I know what you mean George. I have only felt it a couple of times out of the 200 rounds I have put thru it. Oddly though, it has only happened with PMC ammo. PMC is noticably dirtier than other brands. With the 100 rounds of CCI Blazer I have not experienced this, just with the 100 rounds of PMC.
 
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