Thread: shimming
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Old February 14th, 2013, 19:30   #2
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i guess it depends on the person and the purpose of the gun. if the gun is bought mainly for the shell and the innards will be thrown out anyways, it would be worth shimming the moment you get it. on the other hand, if the gun is for mild use, i could see someone waiting until something needs replacing to do a shim job (sorta like a checkup for a car)
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