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Old 05-04-2018, 05:34 PM   #11
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What happens if both of those springs kink together, and then there is no tension on the firing pin block?

There have been reports of people nickel plating the firing pin block for less than $15, and solving the gritty trigger issue. I'd much rather go that route if I didn't want to just shoot the pistol until the issue fixed itself.

Is there something on the inside of that firing pin block where the spring normally sits that would cause the spring to deform, like a burr, or an uneven base for the spring to sit in?
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