For the last few years I've been interested in some of the older Mouse Guns in .25ACP. From an '08 Colt Vest Pocket, Baby Browning and a bunch of others that made it here before the ban on "Saturday Night Specials" ... that drove the criminals to much more reliable and powerful guns (another triumph for our legislators, duh!). Actually, I'm a little amazed at the number of Baby Browning clones I've come across that Europe turned out; from a really well made CZ Duo complete with Nazi proof marks ... to pretty much any Spanish fabricator with a metal mill and a name. One of my favorites is my Spanish made "Protecter" yes, that is how it's spelled on the slide. Last month I picked up a pretty nice exact US clone, a Bauer .25 in Stainless made in Fraser Michigan. It's so close the parts can exchange with my original Baby Browning. The Problem: For some odd reason, the striker won't cock on the Sear. For some reason it just won't catch. I've taken it down several times to make sure nothing was blocking the movement of the trigger connector bar, striker, striker spring or the loaded chamber indicator. The magazine dis-connector is working fine too. It's making me crazy, since this tiny gun only has 34 or 35 parts. It's a John M. Browning design and it's supposed to be simple! What am I missing or overlooking? As always, any help is appreciated. Any experience with this on a Bauer or Browning?