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Trigger Mech

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Fert

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Hi all,

I'd like to build my own machined trigger mech. If someone has an illustration or a picture of "an open trigger mech", dimensions, plans, or anything usefull, let me know. Tnx.
 

icarus pacific

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uh, OK, but why?

For the $80 US, I'll just buy an Alexander, even though I have my own mills.

Your best souce might be the x ray photo in Maas' Blue Water Hunting and Freediving. Then too, you can buy an Alexander and press out the rivets and see it in the flesh, or cut open an Aimrite, but after all that, you've got two pulled apart triggers and are a buck and change lighter.
 
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