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  1. Gunsmithing
    Hello all, New member here but I've been reading a lot of the excellent guides on the M14. I recently purchased a Blackfeather stock and installed it into my SAI SOCOM 16 using Tony's very helpful videos. Everything seemed to go smoothly until I noticed that I had extremely tight lock-up with...
  2. SPF
    I have the trigger from my Sig 1911 Scorpion Carry for sale, as I replaced it with a black Wilson Combat one. Fired one box with this trigger and did some dry firing. 20 shipped
  3. PX
    Good morning! I am selling the trigger group from my Springfield armory Loaded model. I had a member from the forum do a trigger job for me. I have all the original parts from the factory that will be included with the sale. the hammer was swapped with a NOS BR Italian hammer, and the SAI...
  4. Gunsmithing
    Hello everyone I am CLOS, this is my first post and first m1a Build FYI Newb at m1a I just finished putting together my trigger group and preformed all the function checks the assy guide says to do. I sourced all the parts from Fulton armory. the hammer has a part # of c46008-5 SA the...
  5. Gunsmithing
    I have an unusual issue with a trigger I purchased for a new build. The trigger was advertised as (and appears to be) a new trigger made by Springfield for the M1A. The second stage is the normal GI weight, with very little creep, and the trigger passes all the function tests outlined in Jerry...
  6. Want To Buy
    Looking for a TRW Hammer in good condition to complete out my TRW Trigger Assembly. Thanks in advance.
  7. PX
    I have USGI Complete Trigger Housing Groups for sale $ 190 shipped to CONUS. USGI: Safety, Trigger, Housing Springfield: Hammer and Firing Pins All Trigger Groups are in great working condition. Call Paul Sr. at DIEVIL 401-595-0472 Thanks for looking...Paul Jr.
  8. The M14
    I'm a proud new M1A owner (just sounded off earlier this evening!), and I'm wondering what's up here-- Rifle is an M1A Loaded. When I attempt to field strip without the hammer cocked, the trigger guard will bring the hammer into contact with the sear(?) but will not bring the hammer into...
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