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Posted: 10/15/2003 2:33:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/15/2003 3:06:10 PM EDT by Ranger55]
I stoped by Jonathan Arthur Ciener's table at the Knob Creek Shoot last weekend to buy some replacement parts for a used M16 .22 conversion kit I had bought last spring. The recoil spring guide rod retainer had come off and allowed the recoil spring to pinch ruining it.
I was asking Mr. Ciener about buying the parts and he tells me that these parts has been redesigned and the pressed on washer repalced with a new style rod with the retainer lathe cut on it as a one piece system. He says it has a lifetime warrenty as does the anti-bounch device and the back of the bolt. Just send him the broken parts and he will replace them.
I left with the replacement parts at no charge for a uniit I had bought used from someone else. To me that's great service and really standing behind your product!
Now if someone would just make a good mag loader for those 30 round mags.
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 3:54:12 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Ranger55: Now if someone would just make a good mag loader for those 30 round mags.
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I've made a few of the loaders for local shooters that work great!! I can load a full 30 rounds easily under 30 seconds. I don't want to sell them because I don't want to deal with people saying they don't work. The problem is that you have to "learn" how to use it and pay attention to certain things. It is hard to describe. I am planning on putting up a little pictorial on my website on the dimensions and how to use the thing on my website when I get some time. [url]http://www.c3junkie.com[/url]
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 4:29:17 PM EDT
Originally Posted By amphibian:
Originally Posted By Ranger55: Now if someone would just make a good mag loader for those 30 round mags.
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I've made a few of the loaders for local shooters that work great!! I can load a full 30 rounds easily under 30 seconds. I don't want to sell them because I don't want to deal with people saying they don't work. The problem is that you have to "learn" how to use it and pay attention to certain things. It is hard to describe. I am planning on putting up a little pictorial on my website on the dimensions and how to use the thing on my website when I get some time. [url]http://www.c3junkie.com[/url]
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OK, spill the beans [:D]! Loading 30 round magazines has the be the biggest bottleneck in shooting the Ciener.
Link Posted: 10/15/2003 7:21:09 PM EDT
It is really no big deal. I bought one of the AD Hayes loaders a couple years ago when he was selling them. It is a modified Ramline 10/22 loader. Mine didn't work too good and I did my own. I don't think the one I bought was lined up right. The ones I made work extremely well once you get the hang of it. It is not difficult and you can probably figure it out yourself.
Link Posted: 10/29/2003 2:12:59 PM EDT
[url]http://ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=15&t=172845[/url] [url]http://users.zoominternet.net/~picplace/Loadingmag.MOV[/url]
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