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Old 02-22-2012, 11:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have noticed there are two different type of sears for Automags. One is a fat one and the other is a skinny. Is there any real difference between them besides the size? Are they interchangeable?
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They are interchangeable (on the am/mm rail). I thought I could see a little difference in the angle of the top where the bolt rides, but I still had the clevis on them and didn't see enough to try to line them up any better.

The fat one doesn't leave much (or enough?) room for mounting an MPA-3 pneumag ram. I like the lighter one for that anyway.

Seems like the little ridge on the back arm (on/off side or bolt side?) was moved.
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You mean an am/mm sear and an rt sear? Which one to use is determined by which rail you have. regular mag rail needs the am/mm sear. rt rails need the rt sear(these have a bushing in the pivot hole)
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You mean an am/mm sear and an rt sear? Which one to use is determined by which rail you have. regular mag rail needs the am/mm sear. rt rails need the rt sear(these have a bushing in the pivot hole)
I was thinking he meant the old AM sear that has the big(ger) triangle on the bolt side.
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I was thinking he meant the old AM sear that has the big(ger) triangle on the bolt side.
Yup, that is what I was talking about.
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