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i have a 1991 nrm ss colt with feeding problem consistently on the last round. i brought it to the store where i purchased it and they removed the little bump/ "dimple" on top of the follower thinking that it was the one causing the jam. However it did not solve the problem. It was the magazine's lips that was too tight which caused the jams and a little adjustment solved the problem.

my question now is What's the function of that little bump/ dimple on top of the mag follower if ever there is one? it was already removed from one of my magazines. would there be an effect on my pistol?

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freemont, wolfgang:


i brought it back to the store and they replaced my magazines. i did'nt know that that little bump on the follower has an important function as far as feeding is concerned until i read the thread that wolfgang posted. those guys at the store doesnt know what they're doing. :(

freemont/wolfgang, thanks alot for the infos..
 
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