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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by The_Gun_Guru, Jul 8, 2013.
Mine does NOT have one......should it?
Do you mean the piece that holds the trigger group in place? I never owned a draco but my WASR 10-63 had one of those in it and it wasn't holding everything in right. First thing I changed out on the rifle. I put one of the flat plates in and haven't had a problem since. So if you have a plate holding it together in my opinion you are much better off.
Correct. I do see a wire (NO plate) but it is going UNDER the pins and is not held in by the safety lever
The pins do NOT come out though, so I guess it's working.
On my WASR- 10/63 the wire hooks onto the hammer pin but does NOT touch the trigger pin before angling up toward the safety lever.
It's all good though because I have two RETAINING PLATES coming in the mail on Thursday Hopefully they will install easily and this headache will be over.
Thanks for the input