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Old 04-25-2011, 08:04 AM   #11 (permalink)
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be careful removing bolt material as it may become unbalanced during high bps firing.
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Thats just the sear going over the metal piece on the bottom of the hammer. That piece keeps the hammer from spinning, I believe.
that is a common misconception, the roll pin that is there to prevent spinning sits just behind the sear when the hammer is not engaged.

Like I said in the pgp mod thread, if you grind a trough all the way back to that pin(don't touch the hammer face though) it improves the pump stroke almost to being like a sniper since the hammer doesn't drag the top of the sear.
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that is a common misconception, the roll pin that is there to prevent spinning sits just behind the sear when the hammer is not engaged.
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Old 07-25-2011, 04:26 PM   #14 (permalink)
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can u post a close up of this "trough" you grind?
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Sure I can get one later in the week when I clean my equipment.
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Old 07-25-2011, 04:29 PM   #16 (permalink)
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that is a common misconception, the roll pin that is there to prevent spinning sits just behind the sear when the hammer is not engaged.

Like I said in the pgp mod thread, if you grind a trough all the way back to that pin(don't touch the hammer face though) it improves the pump stroke almost to being like a sniper since the hammer doesn't drag the top of the sear.
If you have the bb's in the bolt still, you don't even notice a pump stroke by the time you overpower them back into the bolt. I never did anyway, hated those bb's though.
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