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Old 12th February 2016, 11:44 AM
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It sounds like the sear engagement screw has been fiddled with. If you look in the side of the trigger unit you'll see a sear that, normally, has a screw with a dab of red locking compound on. It's the sear that engages onto the one the hammer itself engages onto, the middle sear as such. Winding it clockwise will lessen the engagement and take the creep out, go too far and it won't cock, too little and you'll experience the creepy let off you have now
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