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    Quote Originally Posted by AmEngRifles View Post
    WallyG, I had not thought of it in that fashion, but yes, I suppose if the spring was the same diameter (1/2") as the nylon bushing, than yes,. It should be short and stout. Like a tea pot! lol

    If you have not seen the inside of the Historic Arms trigger frame/striker set up let me know and I can try to take a few pictures.

    Thankfully, on my Project Guns Bren, the original buffer is all there and the Mighty Lime striker system is working very nicely. So this discussion mainly revolves around the Historic Arms Brens, and in particular, my L4A4.
    Please post the detailed pictures of the Historic Arms trigger frame and striker system , thanks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tr63 View Post
    Please post the detailed pictures of the Historic Arms trigger frame and striker system , thanks .
    Will do once returned home. On the road at the moment.


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