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The care and feeding of a Spyder


This FAQ is intended to answer some basic questions regarding Kingman International's Spyder. I have no association with Kingman, and the information contained here is a compilation of information gained by experience with a number of Spyders. This FAQ makes no guarantees, and the author or any contributors are not responsible for problems arising from using this FAQ.

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The care and feeding of a Spyder

Index

 1.0 What is a Spyder?

2.0 Spyder Basics 3.0 Troubleshooting 4.0 Other things about the Spyder...
1.0 What is a Spyder?
 
  2.0 Spyder Basics
 
  3.0 Troubleshooting
 
  4.0 Other things about the Spyder...
 
  The stock barrel is aluminum and lined with brass...up to the muzzle brake where it becomes a thin piece of aluminum, prone to bending. If this piece causes a problem, it may be carefully removed with hand tools without significant effect on performance.

4.4 The Kingman manual
 
 

4.5 Add-ons
 
  4.6 Venturi (?) bolt
 
  ®Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont

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