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    Thank you. I see how that would work. My LC #2,...

    Thank you. I see how that would work. My LC #2, the roller joint model from 1892 or so has the remnants of a three position safety present in the removable tang. The current LC, the FWT, circa...
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    I searched the web long enough and finally found...

    I searched the web long enough and finally found a picture of an original top lever spring, regular frame circa 1905. This new made spring seems an accurate copy. I am an idiot, please to ignore my...
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    You are hitting on something that has occurred to...

    You are hitting on something that has occurred to me. The top lever spring is never closed up completely like a mainspring is, and unless stored long term with the barrels out and top lever locked...
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    Yeah that is the rub. Numrich part photo is of a...

    Yeah that is the rub. Numrich part photo is of a closed up spring previously offered but this is what you get now. I think I will put this spring in and treat it just as horribly as I can before I...
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    Sorry. Two different new springs from Numrich. ...

    Sorry. Two different new springs from Numrich. Top lever spring on top has open radiused bend. Mainspring on bottom has closed bend as usual. Will the radius bend hold up?
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    LC Smith Top Lever Spring from Numrich

    Hey all I received this top lever spring for my LC Smith build from Numrich. Notice the open bend in the top spring in the picture, versus the closed bend in the mainspring, below, ordered from the...
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