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Re: Trigger Malfunction?
Matt, the information that Mike offered is very good. One other thing I would look at, when the lock/s are being put on you have to make sure that you push the trigger/s forward so that they will clear the sear/s, if not the flat part of the trigger that engages the sear will and can get bent. If you take the locks off and look through the window where the sears are you can look at the plates. Pulling the trigger will make the plate rise and you can see if it is bent. Sometimes from a lot of shooting through-out the years a groove is formed in them causing a longer trigger pull or worse yet not working at all.
Let us know how you make out.