Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Bedfordtec, May 10, 2020.
How hard was it to remove the trigger group when you disassembled the rifle?
Did everything pass safety and function tests after you got it back together?
None of my other SKSs ever needed that kind of treatment.
Wood may have swelled depending on what it was cleaned with or something else was wrong such as warpage--it is possible when you removed the trigger group, if the stock was under tension from some warpage, the removal allowed the wood to relax and block the return of the trigger group. Under the right conditions, wood can act like a spring under tension.
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