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Old January 16th, 2010, 10:14   #4
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: kitchener
depending upon the actual type of materials used the inner and outter could have contracted at a different rate, being cold for so long. then bringing the gun indoors and quickly disasembling and warming up the parts. this could cause the parts not to return closley to machined size, given the tight fit of inner and outter barrels to begin with it is possibly they will not come apart again, now iam sure the gun will be fine however check the seals.

yes your gun is designed to operate a very cold temperatures but not for that length of time.

i do agree that sounds like a nice pistol, oohh kimber where are thee!

should be fine thou, maybe new rubber, and o-rings.
Loadout: Multicam/Olive Drab
Arms: C7A2
Team: Canadian Special Operations Regiment (CSOR)

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