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Old 08-05-2010, 05:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A question about Autotriggers.

Ive recently replaced my 86* frame with a 45* frame, and I want to use the original autotrigger. Now I'm having a problem with it, it sits way out of place when its in the firing position.

So I guess I'm asking how I adjust my autotrigger angle?

Thanks for everyone's help, I can take pictures if it helps.
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Old 08-05-2010, 05:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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did you by chance take the AT lever off of the cam? If so you may have put it on backwards. Ive done this a few times. The AT shouldnt be diff between and 86 and 45frame.
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nope. my lever wont come off (its rusted on the cam) and its how it was when I was using my 86.

It might be an age thing. my S5 is one of the first runs, but Im not sure if that would be a thing that they have changed.
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did you go from a hinge to a slider?
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Nope, both hinged. I flipped the autotrigger, and it syncs correctly, Now I am having problems with the sear being depressed all the way through the pump stroke (the hammer never gets caught on the back stroke).
Im thinking it might be the length of the hammer catch (not sure of its proper name) not being deep enough to catch. Ill fiddle with it tomarrow night after playing, right now I have removed it entirely.
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yes, youll need to adjust your "lug" in your hammer so that it releases/catches at the correct time. On the forward stroke, holding the autotrigger the hammer should let go with about 1/16"-1/8" gap between the backblock and the body.
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