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 Post subject: Re: AR trigger pins
New postPosted: March 12th, 2017, 2:13 pm 
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blue109 wrote:
There are little Allen head bolts inside that trigger on both sides. You tighten them once you install the pins and they won't come loose. Friends don't let friends run anti rotation pins.


It was just like you said, so when I finally got some light in there, it all became clear how cinching the screws down pushes the trigger up and against the pins. Gotter zipped up, Locktite and all.
The one thing I'm confused about though is that on top of each screw was a shorter screw, for a total of four screws in those two holes. After I got the bottom screws tight, I put the smaller ones right back on top like it was. No need to reinvent this wheel though, looks like everything's been thought of.

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 Post subject: Re: AR trigger pins
New postPosted: March 12th, 2017, 2:22 pm 
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The top smaller screws act as a lock nut to keep the bottom one from backing out. Probably not necessary but doesn't hurt anything.

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 Post subject: Re: AR trigger pins
New postPosted: April 29th, 2017, 9:29 am 
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So now that this is nice and tight, the trigger won't reset.
It will fire again once I switch the safety from fire to safe.
I figure it's out some kind of tension on the safety that shouldn't be there.
I thought of loosening the set screws, but then I don't want it to be too loose and let the pins walk again.
Since I have the anti walk pins in the parts bin anyways, I though of putting them in so there's a micro meter of play to let that safety switch move again.
If I back the screws off like a quarter turn at a time, will the blue loctite still hold them in place?


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