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Old 19th March 2021, 03:00 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by Fernando K
Hello

I still don't understand ... When the first sear enters the firing tooth or surface, the end of the first sear on which the trigger is acting moves down and then the second sear rotates clockwise and locks. to the first guarantor in that position, bound by the small double spring. I do not understand how the shooter moves the second guarantor in an anti-clockwise direction, canceling the insurance ...
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Sorry for the translator.- Affectionately
The trigger bar is part of the secondary sear ( second guarantor ) as in a flintlock. The trigger acts on the trigger bar moving it right rotating the secondary sear anti - clockwise. Hope that does it .
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