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Old 02-14-2018, 04:26 PM   #41 (permalink)
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I picked one up too. Other than the sharp edges around the back trigger shoe I didn't have any of the appearance issues you had. I did end up backing of off the rear trigger travel screw about 1/4 turn, I thought the pull was too short. I also polished the plate, went up to 8000 grit sandpaper and finished with green polishing compound on a leather strop. I was pretty happy with how it felt after that, I didn't get it completely timed to my liking because I ran out of air in my tank and the local shop is closed until spring.

Right now it's on it's way to get match anodized with my westwood.
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:05 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I picked one up too. Other than the sharp edges around the back trigger shoe I didn't have any of the appearance issues you had. I did end up backing of off the rear trigger travel screw about 1/4 turn, I thought the pull was too short. I also polished the plate, went up to 8000 grit sandpaper and finished with green polishing compound on a leather strop. I was pretty happy with how it felt after that, I didn't get it completely timed to my liking because I ran out of air in my tank and the local shop is closed until spring.

Right now it's on it's way to get match anodized with my westwood.
Check the hole in the trigger guard to see if its oblong
check to see if the adjustment screw behind your middle finger is sharp and off center
look at the deburring on the trigger plate adjustment screw in front of your middle finger and if it is centered.
check the hole in front of the frame where the front trigger stop is and make sure it is centered.

Those are all the ones you want to check.
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:39 AM   #43 (permalink)
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The adjustment screw was sharp but that's not uncommon on autococker frames, every aftermarket frame I ever bought back in the day was like that. Outside of that I didn't notice anything that caused me any concern but I don't have it in my hands right now it's on it's way to Stained Works to get anodized to match the gun it's going on.
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