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Thread: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    My Cp disconnects from this site when I attempt to write a Thread, does so at random, sometime between 3 and 6 mins.. Giant PITA to lose the effort and time..

    Don't know what your problem is but you could compose your post in WordPad, then cut and paste it into the forum edit screen all at once and save it.
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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    Your work is impeccable, nf1e however, I would just obtain an M1 Garand Trigger and Sear if it was me. These days I just dont have the time. Yet, your points are well taken, sir.

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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    Quote Originally Posted by budster View Post
    Your work is impeccable, nf1e however, I would just obtain an M1 Garand Trigger and Sear if it was me. These days I just dont have the time. Yet, your points are well taken, sir.
    Did exactly that on a couple dozen of my M14 type rifles. Others used USGI kits from Orion,Dupage and CMP which came with good condition M14 trigger/sears. Very simple as I have a dremel cutoff wheel right at hand.

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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    To me it wouldn't take that much more work in cutting off the wing than it does to change out the trigger. Why spend the money?
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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    Yep ! Piece of cake !

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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    There was another mod to both the M1 and M14 that has been lost over time. The face of the sear was ground off 20 degrees front top to bottom, this allows a better match to the downward action of the hooks, preventing a double gouges to the sear face.. Still do mine this way, the sear lasts longer and the trigger pull stays even over an extended period of time.. The Comet

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    Re: Trimming Auto Sear off M14 Trigger/Sear.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Comet View Post
    There was another mod to both the M1 and M14 that has been lost over time. The face of the sear was ground off 20 degrees front top to bottom, this allows a better match to the downward action of the hooks, preventing a double gouges to the sear face.. Still do mine this way, the sear lasts longer and the trigger pull stays even over an extended period of time.. The Comet
    Very good Art. Make good sense. I think ShootingSight has been doing exactly that to the face of the sear on their adjustable triggers.
    Do you have any idea what the original angle was supposed to be? I don't google.


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