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Posted: May 23 2016 at 12:41pm | IP Logged Quote weaponeer

The following video is a good primer for building semiauto's




You can see this video directly on YouTube at
https://youtu.be/CcVeslwTvAw
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That is a REALLY simple disconnector design for a hammer fired weapon.

Reminds me of an AK trigger group, only backwards.

I wonder if the machinist who made those components felt silly making them so upscaled?

What rifle is that at 8:10? It looks familiar but I can't place it...
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m1 carbine .30cal
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I love these videos. So informational ALSO I would reckon that other disconnector designs are very complicated.
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Thank you, Taz.
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What kind of springs would be used for the trigger group as well as the sears? I'm assuming they would have to be torsion springs.
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