Got my Norenco installed in the new Sage EBR without incident and it went together without a hitch. When I performed the hammer safety test I do believe it failed. I pulled the op rod and let er go home. Snicked on the safety and tried to pull the trigger. It passed. Released the safety, pulled the trigger and the hammer clicked home. Released the trigger then held it back and cocked the op rod several times released op rod and let it fly home. Released the trigger. No audible click of the hammer and when I pulled the trigger it would seem that the hammer was already home, indicating it would have fired if a round hand been in the chamber. Is there a problem here? Does the M14 do this in the Sage EBR stock? I then dissambled the gun out of the sage EBR Stock and stuck it back in the Norenco stock and the weapon passed the hammer safety test. I am thinking that I may have to remove some material from the trigger receptacle?