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    tocguns is offline Junior Member
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    1851 navy

    i just put a new hand assembly in a 1851 uberti navy and now i have a hard trigger pull on two of the cylinders. Any ideas?

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    Steve M1911A1 is offline Senior Member
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    I believe that the hand is a little too long.
    It is very likely wedging into two of the cylinder's ratchet star arms, and keeping the trigger's sear-end from coming smoothly out of the hammer's full-cock notch.

    If you're going to fix this yourself, do it with a medium-grit stone and a magnifying glass or eye loupe, and make sure to keep the hand's contact angle unchanged.

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