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    early M1 rifle trigger

    I was reading the post about the H&R trigger and found these photos of two revision 2 triggers, one has the "high hump" on the sear. The reason for this is unknown to collectors. I believe a gas trap rifle in the 11K serial range had one of these "high hump"
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    It's surprising how many small changes were made without revising the drawing... usually in response to an AVO. That meant (A-something) Verbal Order.
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