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Old February 25, 2021, 06:36 PM   #15
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Depending upon the trigger design, there are generally notches in the trigger and hammer pins designed to go through in a particular orientation so that the legs of the hammer spring can sit in them. Not all trigger groups use them though. If the pin drifts enough (hence the popularity of after-market anti-rotation/drift pin sets) the orientation of the trigger or hammer can be altered.
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