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Old 08-16-2013, 10:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Classic Spyder Frame on Hammer A ??

is the Classic style Spyder semi auto trigger and trigger frame a direct bolt on to a Hammer A ??? I would imagine so I have and old Hammer A body and internals but need a trigger frame and was just wondering before I spent any money on it.

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Old 08-19-2013, 09:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I just compared my Hammer frame to my Piranha frame (honestly don't remember how close they were to Spyder) and the Piranha holes are closer together than the Hammer. Maybe this helps or just is irrelevant.

A thought ran through my head while pricing out a frankenstein hammer and using a Trracer ASA, but again, don't know exact measurements to see if a stbb spyder frame would be closer to fit with those parts.

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is the Classic style Spyder semi auto trigger and trigger frame a direct bolt on to a Hammer A ??? I would imagine so I have and old Hammer A body and internals but need a trigger frame and was just wondering before I spent any money on it.

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No.

Semi-automatic Spyders have a sliding sear and won't work on a pump.
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thanks for the info.. I did not know they had different sears
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