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Old 02-04-2007, 09:33 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by gunrunner View Post
It also may not have been able to trip the sear due to the reciever not being tight against the valve or the trigger shoe is to far forward and it couldn't go back far enough to hit the sear. With the taso/carter threads it would be older than 96, the one I had from 93 had the taso/carter threads while my 96 had the cocker. Very nice gun you should have a great time playing with it.
The receiver part I was aware of, and it is snug against the valve body.

The trigger shoe is a different matter. It was limiting travel by 1/16". When I get a moment, I'll remove the trigger shoe and drop the original sear in to see what happens.


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