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Old 07-24-2008, 12:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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On the bottom of the trigger guard right next to the front of the frame is a hole with an allen head grub screw inside. This is on a CCM 45* frame.Does that adust the trigger stop or does that adjust the sear depth?

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It's for keeping the autotrigger cam from slipping out.
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Really, I just put an o-ring on the screw that attaches to the pump arm. So i just turn it in till it's snug and I can ditch the o-ring?
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I have explained how to set this screw, and what it is, in the manuals above.

However, this screw is an 'undertravel' screw. It sets the undertravel of your trigger. It can shorten the trigger pull and was placed there to set the trigger short enough to stop the AT cam from moving.

Read the S-6 manual for how to set it properly. It will also answer most of the questions you may have regarding the majority of CCM products.

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