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I have this H&R Model 922. It has the same problems they all have, the plastic piece atop the mainspring rod brakes, weakened spring, etc. I ordered the part from Numrich and installed it last night. It helped but still only about 7 of 9 shots went off. The spring just isn't strong enough. My questions:

1- At the time I placed the order, they were out of the mainspring for the 922 so I bought the one for the 929 (they looked identical). Are they really that different?

the part for the Model 929:

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Products/276870B.htm

the part for the Model 922:

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Products/276950A.htm

2- What else can I do to make this thing function 100% of the time? That mainspring is a bear to get in there by the way.
 

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There are two different kinds of trigger springs for the same model guns.One has rod that fits into a hole and the other will rest on a half rounded metal seat made of plastic or metal.If you have the rod it points upward when it's properly in place.And yes they are sometimes a challenge to get in position.I have shot the spring on the carpet and had to look for it.I have several H&R 22 revolvers.I replaced the trigger spring on my Model-929.

P.S.After doing this myself and learning from my mistakes.Get the trigger spring in it's proper position in the gun handle, then pull the wire out of the rod and release the tention of the spring and it will expand correctly where it needs to be.
 
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