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Assa Twin IC picking

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Korver15

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Post Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:45 pm

Assa Twin IC picking

Right now I'm picking an Assa 6000 interchangeable core, I am wondering what kind of pins are in the chambers 3-6. According to the catalogue, they are called build up pins and it shows only the first two as having spools. I got it into a very deep sticky false set so I assumed I have it picked to at least one sheer line and given the friction, the control sheerline, but I cant tell whether it is only the first two that have spools. its wierd because it is in a false set and the 5,6 feel like they are pushing up against a wall, im assuming it is actually pushing up against the part of the core and that is why there is no feedback/springy.

I cannot find any information about people picking assa IC so I am asking you since I'm quite sure some have picked them.
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Post Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:03 pm

Re: Assa Twin IC picking

Wow bro thats pretty intense. Assa plus an IC. Good luck
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Post Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:40 am

Re: Assa Twin IC picking

Damn. I guess I should have saw this coming but I tried to pick it the opposite and then try and gut it from the back. Doesn't work.

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