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  •  I would sugest that (0+ / 0-)
    trigger mechanism parts
    should not be made this way . They are critical parts that must work when needed and must not fail when needed .  
    If it was a collector gun that was never going to be fired ,
    then maybe .

    The standard you walk past is the standard you accept. David Morrison

    by indycam on Mon Aug 19, 2013 at 03:37:17 PM PDT

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    •  Don't be daft. (0+ / 0-)

      Their gallery boasts rudder clamps for boats. That has more torque on it than trigger parts.

      Their gallery boasts custom heat sinks. That has more heat AND more constant heat flow than any part on a gun other than the barrel - and even then you need long protracted fire.

      Their gallery boasts clutch covers for motorbikes. That has more impact events to it than ANY gun part.

      Their gallery lists parts for cars, aircraft, watercraft and engines. Are you now going to claim that those mechanical constructs take less stress than a trigger? Hell, if they can machine an engine block that functions fine then they may as well make a whole damn gun!

      Stop being dazed and confused. Trigger mechanism parts are just fine.

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