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Old 01-14-2011, 02:21 PM
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Hi:
In the near past a forum member posted a exploded diagram of a K Frame Revolver showing the relationship to each part to another part.
What post/thread was this. I would like to view the relationship between the angle of the double action sear and hammer.

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I can't remember but maybe these will help too.



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Hi, snw19 357:
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