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the same reason you don't ABUSE any spring loaded magazine that way:rolleyes:
 

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no, stupe. I left this post go for as

long as I did, so it will be OBVIOUS that none of you know the real answer. You dont' do this because the PLASTIC shotshell walls will eventually BULDGE under the spring tension, to the point that they won't fully chamber. So, dummy, you end up with egg on your face, AGAIN
 

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IF, and thats a strong IF, you can get that memory compressed mag spring to feed a cartridge into the receiver to begin with!:bounce01:
 
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hey cowboy, wouldn't it suck if andy was right and you followed all of his advice and when the dust had cleared, there were only 2 people left on earth, you and him? AT THAT POINT YOU'D WANT TO BE SURE THAT YOU DIDN'T DROP THE SOAP IN THE SHOWER.
 

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eh hher, eh humm,
I would definitely bathe in the toilet, on another continent, preferably.:(

Personnaly, I have more comen sence than to follow fools into battle!:cool:
 
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hey, dummy, LOTS of 1911's, loaded

during ww2, still function today, without any loading or unloading of the mag. If you KNEW anything about mag springs, dummy, you'd know that it's the CYCLING of the mag's spring that wears it out, not having it sit compressed. :) MORE egg on your face, dummy.
 
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