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Old 10-02-2012, 01:05 AM   #21
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i wish i had it in front of me!it sounds as if the reciever distorts enough in this stock to cause a problim . what are you torquing the takedown screw to? mine are torqued to 23 inlb with a wrench to keep my setup the same between cleanings(tear down and clean from the breach) i think you already found the answer going back to the wood stock i think your prob is recever bedding

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Old 10-02-2012, 01:12 AM   #22
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I have this same stock and have never had a problem. Although our could be something that they changed recently, my stock is a pre-ban.

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Use a caliper and check the space left to right where the trigger group sits in the stock. Check the old stock and the new. If the new one is just a little tighter it may be pressing on the trigger group and keeping it from cycling.

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That is the exact stock I was using.

frame screw depth is different and the screw tip is interfering with the action ???
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After measuring the distance in the stock where the trigger group sits and more specifically where the trigger pivot pin rests in the opening in the Butler Creek stock is 0.021 inches larger than the original wood stock. The first picture shows how trigger pivot pin should look and the second after two or three 25 round magazines. It appears there is too much room and allows the pin to slip out enough to cause the problem.

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After measuring the distance in the stock where the trigger group sits and more specifically where the trigger pivot pin rests in the opening in the Butler Creek stock is 0.021 inches larger than the original wood stock. The first picture shows how trigger pivot pin should look and the second after two or three 25 round magazines. It appears there is too much room and allows the pin to slip out enough to cause the problem.
any way to rectify the problem? Id like a butler creek for my 10/22 takedown ... maybe a shim?
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Those pins should be a commonly available part. Maybe if you procured a longer one, and custom ground the length to fit the BC stock?

beaglesam, have you taken the trigger group apart? Is it obvious why this pin moving would cause this problem? I'm curious.

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Those pins should be a commonly available part. Maybe if you procured a longer one, and custom ground the length to fit the BC stock?

beaglesam, have you taken the trigger group apart? Is it obvious why this pin moving would cause this problem? I'm curious.
I can't tell you how many times that I've taken it apart in the last three or four months, but I like the idea of a custom pin.
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How bout gorilla gluing a shim on both sides of the stock where the pin is? I really wanna get and modify this stock for my take down

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why not just stake the pin?your not going to be tearing the trigger group down that often

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