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Although the image is a bit out of focus, this spring appears to be a KIF Flector. It is different from the KIF Trior in that it is a captive spring. There is only one tab to be released. Opposite the tab, the spring is hinged on a circular wire retainer which allows the spring to swing up, but it cannot get away. In order to release, the spring is turned until the tab comes to the opening in the setting. The hinge slides along the retaining wire.

The Flector is one of the easier springs we have to deal with. It is simple to release and refit, and the chances of it flying away are almost zero.

James Sadilek -- ccwatchmaker
 
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