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Posted: 3/16/2001 2:32:48 PM EST
I have a pre-ban AK (Type 56S) that bumps (doubles) really easily. While lots of folks think this is great, it bothers the hell out of me.
It only seems to do it when I'm actually trying to shoot accurately. Best I can tell, pulling the trigger softly and slowely sets my finger up so that the tension is just right for the recoil to jerk the gun enough in my hand and cause my finger to activate the trigger again (or something like that).
Is there a good way to prevent this? It's driving me nuts, not to mention the range-master!
you may want to look at your trigger group. when i got my first ak it was full auto becouse some a-hole had filed down the trigger arm. but old trigger parts get worn and it could be that the disonnector doesnt have time to grab the hammer before it falls. just an idea. thanks
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