The trigger housing part number is 7267030. Following it will be the manufacturer. USGI are SA, HR-N, OM-N, 66118 or TRW. I'm not sure how the DPMS ones were marked. Their CAGE Code is 40554. Commercial SAI housings will usually have a dash and letter after the part number. I, O, G, etc.
Commercial hammers are unmarked. USGI can have any one of dozens of combinations, since M1 Garand hammers are included.
I had planned to do some shooting this weekend but the weather did not cooperate. So since it is raining and I being stuck in the house thought to take a few pictures of my now abundant M14 magazine collection and other unique M14 parts.
These are the BPTco. parts I have yet to use...
So first let me Start off with Springfield is fixing the issue, and have done a good job with working with me to get the issue fixed. I’ve haven’t seen any Op-rod crack like this.
Got the rifle one year ago, just hit the 1000 round mark mostly of 147-149 M80 ball surplus, or newly made M80 ball...
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The safety on my new SAI std is pretty stiff. I popped out the trigger group and noticed as I engage the safety the hammer is slightly drawn back leaving me to believe there isn't really anything I can do to lighten the safety. Are there any tricks?
Is this just a characteristic of the rifle?
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