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Can you tell me anything about installing the rifle basix sear? I keep reading the instructions and still don't get it.
Thanks;
joe b.
 
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pull the cross pin, drop the old trigger. replace with new trigger and coil spring.
 
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ok, on a more serious side. rear grip or center grip with the finger spur cut off, which only works with gen II and III linkage systems.
 
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I'm talking about the replacement sear for rimfire rifles and all gen STRIKERS.

http://riflebasix.com/product/...mfire-trigger-sav-r/
 
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Where is the blue avenger? He was here, then not. How about that rifle basix sear? We need an expert! Are there any home?
 
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Which model Striker are you working with?


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A first generation Striker
 
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Model number?


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It's not a break, it's a brake, unless it's a break, then it's broke ;-)
 
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Model 516
 
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Originally posted by joeb33050:
Model 516


I believe that part is for rimfire Strikers:

Models: 501, 502, & 503, Mark I & II, Model 93 in both .17 & .22


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It's not a break, it's a brake, unless it's a break, then it's broke ;-)
 
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No part avaliable for that model
 
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Originally posted by joeb33050:
Model 516


I believe that part is for rimfire Strikers:

Models: 501, 502, & 503, Mark I & II, Model 93 in both .17 & .22


Correct, those are for rimfire Strikers.


 
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