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Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Southern 2G & Northern 4D
Re: L&R Lock Problem?
It does take a fair amount of pull to on the rear trigger to set it. I don't know how much, my trigger pull scale on goes to 8 pounds and it's a lot more than that. If everything looks OK on the assembly and Rusty's idea doesn't help, I would check to see if some part of the assembly is contacting wood where it shouldn't. You can check this by applying a thin coat of vasoline to the inside of the lock then hold it over a candle to create some soot. Then insert it and seat it into the stock, then remove assembly, anywhere there is a dark spot of soot on the wood needs to be relieved, with the exception of the lock plate it's self.
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