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1322 Trigger Fix

April 15 2017 at 12:55 PM

DLimer  (Login DLimer)
YC

I bought and installed the SteveNC Supersear a while back. It works well, but it always bothered me that the 1st stage would not return. I came up with an idea to fix that:

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It works very well, and makes me happy. You just need a small tension spring, drill a hole in the swell of the trigger and file away a litte of the brace to the bottom screw post. Only took a few minutes and did not add too much to the trigger pull. This along with a thin shim at the trigger post makes for a really nice trigger!

 
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michael wolfram
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YF

a lighter weight sear spring would help that setup some, look

April 15 2017, 2:44 PM 

at Handyman springs SP-5719
the spring is like the sear spring that in the old SSP-250 and it is the starting point on all of my 2240 triggers mods
mike

 
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DLimer
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YC

I've tried

April 15 2017, 4:34 PM 

a lighter spring, but then I get misfires. Rather be a little heavier pull than be unsafe.

 
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Floyd Long
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YF12

Or, you can use the

April 15 2017, 7:31 PM 

2400/2350 adjustable sear spring. Light or heavy....your choice.

 
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