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FEG Hi-Power trigger pin

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by p35, May 15, 2004.

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  1. p35

    p35 Member

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    After shooting a couple magazines from my FEG PJK(-HP, I noticed that the trigger pin had drifted out to the left quite a bit. In fact, it's pretty loose in the channel. Appears to be a common issue with some Hi-Power clones. Any opinions on Loc-Titing it vs. replacing the pin? Where would I get a new pin?
     
  2. RGO

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    A PJK I've worked on had this same problem after removing the trigger to get the magazine disconnect ("safety") out. I first replaced the pin with a new part, but it was just as loose. It seemed like the hole in the frame had been enlarged. I have since fixed it by using some low-strength loctite.
     
  3. Jim K

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    That pin has a groove around it and a kink in the trigger spring should fit into that groove to keep the pin in place. But the groove is not in the center and if the pin is in the wrong way, it will try to partly drift out.
    Try reversing the pin before using something that will make it impossible to remove the pin again.

    Jim
     
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