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Trigger pin walked out---

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by low octane, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. Check to make sure the hammer spring legs are resting on top of the pin. If the hole is large, there are some specialized anti-walk pins available.
     


  2. mvician

    mvician Lifetime Member

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    Not just resting on top of the pin (in the groove/s) but that the hammer spring is installed correctly.


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  3. TedG

    TedG Infidel USA

    :goodpost:


    Pictures can make a difference. It's really great when someone takes the time to actually go beyond simple answers, like Mvician.
     
  4. mvician

    mvician Lifetime Member

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    Thank you :supergrin:

    If the spring is installed backwards, trigger pull will be "lighter" but will not have enough "force" to keep the leg in the groove. This will let the pin "walk" and if it goes far enough cause the rifle to "burst" fire.
     
  5. mr.scott

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    I installed kns anti walk pins. They prevent pin walk, plus I like the look of them.
     
  6. Facejackets

    Facejackets

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    Buy a lower that is in spec.

    Then buy a good LPK or the KNS pins.
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2011
  7. low octane

    low octane NRA Endowment

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    I ordered some kns and looking forward to the install. Going to put my RRA match trigger also!
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2011
  8. mvician

    mvician Lifetime Member

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    Did you correct the actual problem or are you just going to put a bandaid on it?
     
  9. low octane

    low octane NRA Endowment

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    Well actually, I'm not a patch kinda guy. Once I get into it, I'll repair the problem and finish it with the kns.:cool: