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    Semi M12 question

    Got a semi m12, and it seems really hard to cock. Have seen a little c-shaped spacer on some pics I’ve seen on the Internet, and Ftf even sells one for the .380 semi guns. Mine didn’t come with this piece? Curious of how that piece would fit in the gun as well. Here is a pic of mine. Any pointers appreciated!!![IMG][/IMG]

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    C-shaped spacer on what part of the gun? I have an M-12 and that I got from a user here and it is amazing.

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    All the semi guns are tough to cock.

    No idea about the spacer thingy

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    https://www.ftfindustries.com/product/ET-380M12S27.html

    Here’s the link to the part I was talking about.

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    That part needs to be in your lower. Here is the gun I bought and info on that part. Very last picture shows it and where it goes. He notched the piece so the hammer will fit...and I think he actually used one from the M-11/9.

    http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...ht=#post829767

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    The picture from FTF is for the semi M11/9. It will need a notch for the hammer to pass through for the 380. MPA sells it . I modified the m11/9 one for the 380 that member19 is talking about. Here is a picture of the spacer MPA sells for the mini9.


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    What does the spacer do?

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    It keeps the rear of the upper pushed up, without it the rear of it can flop up and down.

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    On some guns the spacer is not needed. Guns with the plate that's welded over the FCG, do not need it. My uncompleted semi M12 SWD did not have the plate so the upper only sat on the trigger guard shelf and the receiver pin. It needed the spacer in the rear for the upper to sit snug.

    I modified a semi M11/9 parts kit to work with the M12.

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