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Old 10-22-2011, 03:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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So, I think I'm going to go with the drilling and tapping of the trigger and just use a screw. Seems like less work, and it'll be fine for me. Not like I'll be selling this anytime soon. As far as the pringle screw thing, what is it exactly? I'll work on the spring thing. I figured that's what I'd have to do.
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There are three parts the screw, washer, and nut.

You drill the proper size hole where you need it and put the screw through from the inside. Then slide the washer over it from the outside and then tighten one the nut. This provides the mounting spot for the stock.

I thought about the drilling and taping for a screw. After thinking about it, I decided to have the back hole drilled for the cross pin. But I am also already having several other things milled so I just threw that on the list.
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Just for my own curiosity, what all does it take to have the pin put in and stuff?
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all it is is a hole and a pin, it can be pushed out with a smal screw driver. The snug fit of the trigger group and the tension of the spring hold it in place. All it would take to make is a proper size drill bit and a drill press.
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Got the hammer cut where it needs to be. Still gotta mess with the spring and drill and tap that hole for the screw. That'll be interesting.
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Got the spring right, I think. Starting to second guess the screw option... How difficult is messing with that pin? And WHAT should I use as the pin?

EDIT: Also, who would be able to add an RVA to this here thing?
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