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  • 1911 Sear modification to prevent interference with the disconnector

    This is from a 40+ year old article in the American Rifleman detailing what was done at Springfield Armory (the Army one) to build guns for the National Matches:



    Note how this method leaves the outer portions of the legs intact to avoid (I think) what Tuner mentioned.

    Regards
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Sear modification to prevent interference with the disconnector started by niemi24s View original post
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    1. saltydog's Avatar
      saltydog -
      I don't know if I caqn navigate this new, not better, format, but thanks for the post. It is, if I can do it, go into my 'folder' on 'Neimi dwgs'.

      Thanks again,

      salty
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      saltydog -
      Whoop!

      It seems as though I really can reply now.

      sd.



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