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That was my take, especially considering that due to the difference...

April 29 2017 at 9:35 PM

Steve in NC  (Login pneuguy)
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Response to Ok, that makes sense... the respective radii of the arcs they move in relative to the area of contact, there's a good deal of sliding friction between lobe and sear. Seemed like that would require a fairly accurately linear profile of the new surface if you chose to reshape the sear and expected smooth movement.

A glance at the photo above suggests how likely accurate linear profiles would have been. LOL!

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