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Old December 6, 2017, 07:41 PM   #7
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Join Date: May 26, 2008
Location: Cedar City, Utah
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Yes, T, it cocks on opening.

The trigger is NOT adjustable. According to, most 44US rifles were not adjustable.

This afternoon, I swapped bolts between one of the good rifles with the malfunctioning one. The problem went away -- for now. That tells me that if anything is defective, it's the sear-engagement surface on the firing pin -- not the trigger. Havlin doesn't have them in stock and has no potential supplier for them.

I guess that, for now, my problem is solved.

Thanks to everyone for your tips.
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