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Old March 9, 2018, 06:17 PM   #3
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No, it’s internal. The space around the trigger pin is open enough to allow it to hop out of the housing on the other side, binding the trigger and sear when the hammer snags it and won’t let go.

I shot my Garand this morning in our abbreviated High Power match with the birch stock and it ran just fine. I sent the new stock back to Dupage to get their opinion.

If you have a Boyd’s stock, how big is the opening for the trigger housing? Is it only maybe ten thousandths bigger than the housing itself, or is there like .060”+ of space?
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