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July 24, 2022 - 11:32 pm
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Greetings,

I am wondering how the carrier spring interacts with the carrier in a Model 94. 

Without taking a gun apart, which I am not inclined to do, I can’t figure out where the carrier spring contacts with the carrier itself in order to hold it in the upward position. 

Any info certainly appreciated as always. 

Thanks very much. 

Mike 

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The spring rides over the little hump at the back left side of the elevator. 

 

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Thank you so much.  That’s just what I needed. 

I get it. The little point on the spring rides up over the hump on the carrier and then settles in place in the little triangle in front of the hump. 

Thank you for clearing this up for me. 

-Mike 

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