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 Post subject: Re: Canik55 C100 & Shark C >> Rust Attack !

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SFA wrote:
@Canik.. i am not sure too but i think it increase the rate of fire (a gun dealer told me that)

A threaded recoil spring, if made from same quality material and if the manufacturing quality is also same, would be more durable and would last a longer time than a non-threaded one. But how would a threaded spring "increase" the rate of fire of a handgun is not understandable. You may like to ask that dealer about the scientific explanation for this unique phenomena. BTW, I have very serious doubts about the technical knowledge of most of our dealers. Please be careful about their statements and always verify them from a reliable source.

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 Post subject: Re: Canik55 C100 & Shark C >> Rust Attack !

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KBW wrote:
SFA wrote:
@Canik.. i am not sure too but i think it increase the rate of fire (a gun dealer told me that)

A threaded recoil spring, if made from same quality material and if the manufacturing quality is also same, would be more durable and would last a longer time than a non-threaded one. But how would a threaded spring "increase" the rate of fire of a handgun is not understandable. You may like to ask that dealer about the scientific explanation for this unique phenomena. BTW, I have very serious doubts about the technical knowledge of most of our dealers. Please be careful about their statements and always verify them from a reliable source.

Yea bro u are right :confusion-scratchheadyellow:


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 Post subject: Re: Canik55 C100 & Shark C >> Rust Attack !

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@ Canik Bro, you have experience of purchasing 2 caniks .. i would like to ask you how do these guns come NIB i mean are they sealed packed (in plastic) and kept in box or are they just kept in box with out any plastic wrapping ? i am curious to know because i want to make sure that what i am purchasing is unused... (packing gives a little idea)


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 Post subject: Re: Canik55 C100 & Shark C >> Rust Attack !

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Only packed in plastic box not sealed.
Few quick tips.
Check the weapon throughly for any scratches.
Check chrome finish by racking the slide. In nib 95 percents looks shinner and very few line marks.
Look inside the barrel by using torch or light or place the papwr on one end and see the barrel from other end.

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IMO barrel inspection wont reveal anything. Even few thousand rounds from a well kept barrel wont affect it shiny new look.


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IMO barrel inspection wont reveal anything. Even few thousand rounds from a well kept barrel wont affect it shiny new look.


Right bro, but inspection is must due to fraudness in our market.
Like mine shark c, looks like brand new when rust attacked, after inspection rust caught.

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