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Old 01-30-2008, 09:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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autococker harrend square hammer lug and rebuild kit

dues anyone know where i can get a harrend square hammer lug and a rebuild kit for my autococker
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Old 01-30-2008, 11:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Not to be rude in any way, but would you mind restating what exactly you are searching for? If you want a squared hammer lug, you have to do it yourself by filing down a side (or all sides but be careful) of the lug. I'm not aware of anyone who makes a squared lug.

As for a rebuild a kit, are you looking for new springs, o-rings, etc??? The whole works or what?
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WGP parts kit is what you are looking for, it comes with a squared off lug for electros, o-rings and valve tool.
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That's cool. I didn't know they had a kit with a squared lug. Learn something new every day.
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"Squared-off lug" means that the bottom of the hammer lug is square, not rounded.

You could simply take a sander/grinder to a stock rounded lug, but you might have to re-harden it.

I THINK it gives a snappier sear release, but I could be wrong.

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Electros frame has a very thin sear plate, a squared off lug gives a more positive edge to catch the sear.
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WGP parts kit is what you are looking for, it comes with a squared off lug for electros, o-rings and valve tool.
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yep thats what im looking for thanks rayodder
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