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    I had an epiphany! I took out the gunsmith's custom trigger and replaced it with an original. It worked. I think the bolt was hanging up on that trigger.

    Thanks for your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliwhitley View Post
    the gunsmith's custom trigger
    Makes sense. Now you know gunsmiths don't necessarily know anything about what they're working on.
    Regards, Jim

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    Found the culprit. The custom made trigger made by the gunsmith!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliwhitley View Post
    trigger made by the gunsmith
    Yes, that was my point...

    Regards, Jim

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