Discussion in 'On Topic' started by LancerV, Apr 26, 2009.
Sanded down the inside of the striker channel a little and no light primer strikes yet out of 400
Looks like it's time for a new table.
No love for light triggers?
Honestly I think you kind of went over the edge. Becareful.
Passes the pencil test and on CCI brass i have dimple with a rectangle on the primer
I just cut about a coil and half off of my SR9's striker spring. Been wanting to for a while... Just had to figure out a way to secure the striker assembly to drive out the pin that holds the spring in place.
Pretty dangerous for open carry, imo
The thing is often when you cut a spring it loses tension faster. So while you might be ok today, you probably shortened the life of that spring. I know some people cut striker springs, or heat half of it with a torch, etc. You just have to becareful how much you do, check it often, and replace when nessasary.
have you test fired it?
Yep 400 rds no light primer strikes
with different ammo?
i know i had a light spring in my 19 and it ran fine with blazer alum and wolf but had about 10-12% light primer strikes with wwb
Yea winchester and blazer I also sanded down and polished te striker channel to help orginally had some with striker spring not cut
Yea get some 600grit sandpaper, black polishing compound, and a new striker channel liner (like 1.50) take the striker and spring and put the 600 grit paper around it go back and forth in the striker channel about 10-20 times and turn it around in the strike channel a good 10-15times. After that take a qtip and put some of the black polishing compound and polish the inside of the striker liner and should get rid of any light primer strikes
Yea i got 5 spares cut to length, figure Ill watch my brass tell I start seeing the primer indentation change or get light primer strikes to see w here it starts to die down at