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PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2014 2:03 am 
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Here's my idea for a custom 2240 sear spring guide. I used an approx 1 inch plastic wall anchor which needed the end cut off and the sides sanded down. Then I placed it inside the spring, and that was it! You can even cut more or less off the anchor to adjust the trigger pull length!

This and some nylon washers make for a cheap and easy mod, which also makes for a very smooth trigger pull! :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2014 4:57 am 
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Most people use a spent .22lr casing. But if you don't have nay, then that works! :D
I have a series of brass washers I made for the trigger ans sear to keep them straight up and down!

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PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2014 11:12 am 
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rrdstarr wrote:
Most people use a spent .22lr casing. But if you don't have nay, then that works! :D
I have a series of brass washers I made for the trigger ans sear to keep them straight up and down!


Ive used .22 casings in quite a few of my 13xx/22xx projects, jus give em a quick polish on the primer and they work perfect ;) also use brass washers i grabbed from homie hardware... had to open he i.d a bit to fit over the pins but work great and all for only a few pennies... sorry a nickle, have to round up...

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:00 pm 
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I fired about 25 rounds through it the other day and the trigger pull was great! Next month will be the steel breech and a non LPA Mim (they are as much as the breech!) dovetail pistol sight, so the 2240 is really taking shape! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


rrdstarr wrote:
Most people use a spent .22lr casing. But if you don't have nay, then that works! :D
I have a series of brass washers I made for the trigger ans sear to keep them straight up and down!


Well I don't have any powderburners so the wall anchor is the best I have. :P I'm still going to order the brass spring guide so this is just temporary.

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Ive used .22 casings in quite a few of my 13xx/22xx projects, jus give em a quick polish on the primer and they work perfect ;) also use brass washers i grabbed from homie hardware... had to open he i.d a bit to fit over the pins but work great and all for only a few pennies... sorry a nickle, have to round up...


:lol: !!!!!!!!

Nylon washers with some grease work good, but I might get some brass for it's durability.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:11 am 
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I have brass ones already made up, sear spring guides that is for $10 shipped.
Do you need a RVA (Velocity adjuster) I have some in the for sale you may want to look at.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:02 am 
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rrdstarr wrote:
I have brass ones already made up, sear spring guides that is for $10 shipped.
Do you need a RVA (Velocity adjuster) I have some in the for sale you may want to look at.


Thanks!


I wasn't really looking for a velocity adjuster at the moment, but those magnetic bolts would be great after I get a steel breech! :)

As for the spring guides, do you have any pictures? I don't know if I missed it in the For Sale.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:46 am 
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trekking95 wrote:
rrdstarr wrote:
I have brass ones already made up, sear spring guides that is for $10 shipped.
Do you need a RVA (Velocity adjuster) I have some in the for sale you may want to look at.


Thanks!


I wasn't really looking for a velocity adjuster at the moment, but those magnetic bolts would be great after I get a steel breech! :)

As for the spring guides, do you have any pictures? I don't know if I missed it in the For Sale.


PM me your email and I will send you a pic of them!

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 12:54 am 
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rrdstarr wrote:
trekking95 wrote:
rrdstarr wrote:
I have brass ones already made up, sear spring guides that is for $10 shipped.
Do you need a RVA (Velocity adjuster) I have some in the for sale you may want to look at.


Thanks!


I wasn't really looking for a velocity adjuster at the moment, but those magnetic bolts would be great after I get a steel breech! :)

As for the spring guides, do you have any pictures? I don't know if I missed it in the For Sale.


PM me your email and I will send you a pic of them!


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