Re: Sear engagement problem?
Thanks. I did some more research online and found some instructions. The left part is for the sear and the middle part is for the disconnector. I figured the left one is the one that needs to be bent inward (forward) a bit.
Since the hammer is falling only to half-cock, would that mean that the middle "finger" of the spring is OK as is? I would assume that since the disconnector is still working (the hammer is not striking the firing pin when it follows), that part of the sear spring needs no adjustment. Please correct me if I'm not understanding it properly.
No, the trigger is not binding at all. In fact, the trigger seems to be very light and crisp, which is one of the things I love about it. Of course, if the sear spring is only exerting "light" pressure on the sear, then that would partially explain why the trigger is so nice. Stiffening up the pressure on the sear will increase my trigger pull, I assume.