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Old 06-26-2001, 11:30 PM #1
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How do you cut sear for a Spyder?

How do you cut a sear for a spyder? Thanks, later
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Old 06-27-2001, 02:38 AM #2
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DONT!.. you might get a sligly shorter and smoother pull for a while but it will wear out VERY fast!! its not worth it

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Old 06-27-2001, 03:20 PM #3
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It is worth it, and it will not wear out. The reason I want to know is because on Teamspyder.com in the vid's section. Mike has a shutter like me, and all he did was cut the sear, but I have been talkin to him, and he cant remember how or what exactly he did, but whatever, later
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dager's right, don't cut it.

You can get the same results by wrapping tape, aluminum, or shrink wrap around the pin in the trigger frame that the sear rests on--then all you'll need to do is polish the sear/striker. Do that with a felt wheel and some Mothers Mag Polish(course a soft towel, lots of elbow grease, and Mothers Mag Polish will do the same job over a longer period of time)...
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