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Old October 1, 2012, 11:13 AM   #21
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MrRevolverGuy: FYI, that old .22 is the Stevens auto, series 87 IIRC. Designed to operate that way, has one sear that operates the firing pin, the safety sear catches the bolt and holds it back till the trigger is released. Keeps the gun from going full auto. I had one come in firing full, took me two weeks to discover that the link between the two sear plungers was bent and had the sear plungers out of time. Small ball peen hammer and a straight edge solved the problem. GW
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