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l 620"

.300"

STRIKER ASSEMBLY

REAR

FRONT

BOLT, END VIEW

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BOLT SLEEVE

TRIGGER ASSEMBLY

A mounting bracket for the trigger and sear to hinge from is made by milling a slot through a piece of 5/8-inch (.625-inch) square material that is contoured on the upper side to fit closely against the receiver body. It is then silver-soldered or welded in place.

Both the trigger and sear should be cut to the approximate shapes and dimensions shown. Some fitting may be required before these parts work as desired. It is a good idea to drill the pivot pin holes through the mounting bracket first and then put the trigger and sear in place and mark the hole locations through the previously drilled holes. This can save some fitting.

The trigger housing is made by forming 14-gauge sheet metal around a block and welding the ends and trigger guard in place.

The trigger guard could be bent to shape from a sheet-metal strip and welded in place, but the milled-steel guard, made similar to the one shown, looks quite a lot better.

There are those who would have you believe that a safety is not necessary on a single-shot firearm. If you are of this mind-set, then by all means leave it off. If, like me, you want to be pretty sure that the sear won't slip off and cause the rifle to fire as the bolt closes or otherwise fire when you don't want it to, then you should take a little extra time and add a safety.

The grip is made from a hardwood block and can be left in its natural color with a clear finish or painted black, whichever suits you best.

Trigger and sear.

Trigger and sear ready for mounting.

TRICGER ASSEMBLY

Trigger housing, bottom view.

Grip and trigger housing assembled.

TRIGGER ASSEMBLY

.600"

.400"

1.200"

.125 DIAMETER

.625"

4.750"

6 X 40 TPI

.125 DIAME~ER

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2.800"

1.250"

.250 SPRING

POCKET

POCKET

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Nf 2.0"

1.375"

.700"

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