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My #2 son visited a couple of weeks ago, bringing a .45 Camp Carbine and a box of parts. He'd had a problem and decided to disassemble the trigger group. I got the parts to fix his problem and am now stumped.

There's a part called the hammer strut bridge that is the support for the hammer spring. The issue is that I can't figure out how & where the damn thing fits into the trigger group! The available schematics just don't have the necessary detail.

Can anyone provide description, photos or an enlarged diagram showing how/where the bleeping thing fits into the trigger group?
 

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Mr Moore, I went to Numrich. The schematic wasn't one of their free ones. Cost a whole buck fifty!! It's sent by e-mail and they said I'll get it Saturday or Monday. The quality of the sample purchase schematic is of much better quality than the on-line sample.

When I get it (if you haven't figured it out or one of our guys hasn't) I will contact you and see if I can forward it. It's in PDF, so you'll need Adobe Acrobat, but I figure everybody has that already.

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I second Charlie there Walt. Them things are scarcer than ethical politicians. :0).
 

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Thanks Irish, I figured the paid for schematic would be an enlarged version of the one on their website, which is useless for that purpose.
 

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Irish Cop,

ONLY passenger pideons are rarer than ethical politicians.

There are TWO kinds of politicians:
1. Those who have sold out to the special interests
and
2. Those who haven't yet.

yours, sw
 

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As long as the size of the hammer is proper for the size of the problem...

But speaking of passenger pigeons IIR they became extinct because people shot them...:bigidea:
 

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Thanks Irish, I figured the paid for schematic would be an enlarged version of the one on their website, which is useless for that purpose.
Well sir, it might not be any more informative, but I figured it was worth a try. :)
 

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As long as the size of the hammer is proper for the size of the problem...

But speaking of passenger pigeons IIR they became extinct because people shot them...:bigidea:
Charlie, they don't make a big enough hammer to fix my screw ups! :oops:

When he read that I was contemplating taking a file to a new barrel bushing, a wise man told me, "Oh Terry...don't". I think he musta talked to my high school shop teacher, who said to me I should become a butcher. ;)
 

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Terry there is nothing wrong with a file... knowing where to cut is the hard part.

Walt you didn't tell me there was a box...:-?
 

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to ALL,

for those of us who build/restore boats, we have a MOANING CHAIR in which you sit & whine/moan/whimper/weep, after you have done something INCREDIBLY STUPID and that is either costly or very difficult, time-consuming or even utterly impossible to repair.
(I try really hard to NOT sit there BUT sometimes the fear of sitting & weeping in the moaning seat makes me so OVER-cautious that i don't even try something that i could probably/possibly do.= This is called a "double-edged sword".)

yours, sw
 
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