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Old 03-02-2012, 03:04 PM   #1
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Excellent pictures and instructions. Even the sear housing was taken apart.

I'd say this should be a sticky.
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+1 on the sticky!
FWIW, it's been a Sticky since this morning. Nice work, as always, Tanfo.
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On the sear housing, the striker catch's spring has a short end and a long end. Which end it up and which end goes down? When i reassembled mine the spring would allow the catch to slide back and drop down without the lever being moved(short end up), or not allow the catch to slide and only drop down when the lever was pushed back as if the trigger was pulled(long end up). I do not remember it being able to slide back wards before however it looks like it was designed to do so (don't know why). Thanks DZach
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On the sear housing, the striker catch's spring has a short end and a long end. Which end it up and which end goes down? When i reassembled mine the spring would allow the catch to slide back and drop down without the lever being moved(short end up), or not allow the catch to slide and only drop down when the lever was pushed back as if the trigger was pulled(long end up). I do not remember it being able to slide back wards before however it looks like it was designed to do so (don't know why). Thanks DZach
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