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Winchester model 100 trigger lock

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by dmurdach, Oct 16, 2019.

  1. dmurdach

    dmurdach Member

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    I am replacing the hammer spring on a Winchester model 100, but am having a bear of a time keepin the trigger lock (part A16 in diagram) in place as I put the hammer/strut a and spring back in place. Anyone done one of these and have a tip for me? 3523_1936_797-trigger-mechanism-submachine-guns-22lr.jpg
     
  2. Ken T

    Ken T Member

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    I've never worked on one but a slave pin to hold the parts together might help.I assume that the trigger lock goes inside the slot in the trigger.
     
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  3. #1buck

    #1buck Member

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    In addition to the slave pin I sometimes will use a bit of sticky grease to "glue" a part like this in place while assembling. It is easily removed with brake parts cleaner the straw attached to the nozzle afterwards.
     
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