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Old October 11, 2012, 10:38 AM   #9
polyphemus
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The Occam's Razor principle states that when there are two solutions to a problem the simplest one is the right one.Eight years and 12,000 rounds later is a fairly long period of time for a machining traced issue to show up.Odds on a new sear spring does it,I would also replace the safety because of the wear signs,however failing that I would then proceed to stake things on but then I would be staking new parts and not be out that much.
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