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Model 1904 (.22) trigger issue
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February 19, 2023 - 7:57 pm
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Hello everyone I’m sorry if this is addressed on another thread –

 

1904 – bolt cocks when the knob is pulled back – trigger really hard – sometimes fires – most times does not – have to manually decock.  

any suggestions to parts needed to replace (thanks in advance!) 

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Just for added info the trigger guard screws seem to be replacement (Phillips and not as aged) and the one that sits front of trigger sticks up under the action slightly – if the base “takedown” screw is loosened slightly the action functions perfectly- I’m guessing that slight bit the screw encroaches causes enough tension to prevent the trigger from clearing the shear 

  

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Just for added info the trigger guard screws seem to be replacement (Phillips and not as aged) and the one that sits front of trigger sticks up under the action slightly – if the base “takedown” screw is loosened slightly the action functions perfectly- I’m guessing that slight bit the screw encroaches causes enough tension to prevent the trigger from clearing the shear

Saved yourself a big gunsmith bill.  Why don’t you try shortening that guard screw?  Or finding shorter slotted-head replacements.  Better than leaving the takedown screw loose.

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clarence said

[email protected] said

Just for added info the trigger guard screws seem to be replacement (Phillips and not as aged) and the one that sits front of trigger sticks up under the action slightly – if the base “takedown” screw is loosened slightly the action functions perfectly- I’m guessing that slight bit the screw encroaches causes enough tension to prevent the trigger from clearing the shear

Saved yourself a big gunsmith bill.  Why don’t you try shortening that guard screw?  Or finding shorter slotted-head replacements.  Better than leaving the takedown screw loose.

Yeah I definitely think I did – I found original replacement screws online ($5 each but I like having it all original parts) – hopefully that does the trick – funny how replacement stuff can sometimes change everything- no matter how minor 
  

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