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Mine has an ear with a crack in it. Fixing to go any time. My TIG skills are not even close to enough with something that tiny.
It's an Allied Armament gun, .308
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Is it a KMP sear? Would have that big K on it. If not, hard to identify it. Not sure what other sears AA may have used, as they changed triggers for sure. KMP will have replacements if that's what you got.
 

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Nope, no K on there. That was the first thing I thought to look for. If somebody (ahem) were to post a couple pics of one, would I be able to see the difference, do you think?
I still can't post pics now. Very frustrating.:(
 

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TNW is selling semi sears. Don't know if the specs are the same as an allied but the same neighborhood. ( Vernonia/Scappoose ) Check their website.:)
 

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TNW is selling semi sears. Don't know if the specs are the same as an allied but the same neighborhood. ( Vernonia/Scappoose ) Check their website.:)
They use the same trigger style with the big box underneath and the spring loaded transfer bar (?) on top that mine has. Pretty good bet it's the one. Pic looks the same, for however much that's worth.:rolleyes:
Thanks Mike.
Swing by sometime.. got a project going you'll interested in. I may give you a beta test position when the prototype is finished. Gonna be a while yet, but it's getting there in stumbles and bounds, sort of.
(bring lots of ammo) :rofl:
 
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