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Sear Spring Question ?

Post by Skid on 3/14/2015, 5:33 pm

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Ok I was weighing my hardball gun trigger and it won't lift the 4lb weight . My friend says all you have to do is bend one of your sear spring fingers and your good to go is this right ? and if so which sear spring finger do I bend. Now I don't know yet if I have a 3 finger spring or a 4 finger spring but in any case which one would I bend if this is the correct method to fix this or what is the correct method to fix this ?
                                                                                              Thanks in advance for all your guys help.

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Re: Sear Spring Question ?

Post by jglenn21 on 6/7/2017, 9:50 pm

middle leaf is easier to play with and will apply the most pressure with the least bending..   nothing to it really just use a set of needle nose
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Post by Magload on 6/7/2017, 10:02 pm

Well I bent the left and got the 8oz I needed and the trigger feels good and functions properly.  Now have made my 4 BE guns legal today.  

Thanks for everyone help.  Don
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Re: Sear Spring Question ?

Post by Russ OR on 6/8/2017, 6:14 pm

Jon Eulette wrote:A good rule of thumb is to put half the weight on the disconnecter leaf and half on the sear leaf. If disconnecter is to light it can double or go full auto. If you take grip safety off and put mainspring housing in with the hammer strut sticking out the rear of frame and hammer down, you can pull trigger and feel and weigh the center leaf only. Put half the weight on it. Now adjust sear leaf to weight you desire.
Jon

Thanks.  - would it be any different on a lower for a 22lr conversion? 

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