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Originally Posted by sagenodland
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sorry, no input on this as my trigger on mine is stock as far as i know and seems to work fine as is. won't modify mine until i have some information too. maybe someone with more experiance with triggers on M60's will post sme information on it.
Put a bead off from a dog tag chain in the return springs hole on the trigger sear
I could make a list of a bunch of guns i have, or "have", or wish I had. Why would one feel compelled to provide that infornation freely? Do you feel the need to show off? Is it some immature game of oneupsmanship?
have not worked on a 60 but start by polishing. clean up the machine marks but leave the angles the same. then study how the trigger works overtravel is mostly a easy fix .take up some place there is a void to be filled. pull go slow and carefull do not try to go to light. polishing(and stoning) makes a big difference
This month's 'American gunsmith' has a very good article on working the 60's
trigger. firing mech. comes out in one unit and can not be disassembled by
the public. ( it takes a special jig to line every thing up properly.)
Article tells how to drill thru side of unit to get to points needing work.