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Sub2K GEN 2. Safety and sear question?

I have a question for some of you more experienced sub2k guys, as in working on them and knowing how they work.

I've been having a trigger issue and need advice on this please.

I was looking at it last night, looks like the sear is rubbing the safety release pin. Unless I'm completely wrong in my thinking, the sear shouldn't be rubbing the safety pin correct? Cause what I noticed is after it goes past the first area of resistance before the actual trigger breaks, if you let off the trigger. It won't let you engage the safety properly, the pin won't go all the way over to safe, it kind of seems to stop about half way through, unless you manipulate the trigger while putting it on safe, or actually reset the trigger. I got a flashlight and looked inside the best I could, and you can see the safety, and if you look though the magazine well you can see what I believe is the sear. I can see the sear rubbing the safety as I pull the trigger which I thinks causing my trigger issue. And I'm thinking it disengages the sear enough that's what prevents me from fully engaging the safety. I hope this makes sense to someone as I'm not a expert, but I like to learn and do my own work with firearms that i own. Any thoughts?


I've been having trigger problem with a gen 2 that I just bought, you can look at that thread if you want more background on the trigger problem.

http://www.thektog.org/forum/f85/sub-2000-gen-2-trigger-problem-266455/
 

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Also when pulling the trigger, once you make it past the first area of resistance/break feeling and stop before the gun actually breaks and fires. If you pull the charging handle back, you can hear that audible trigger reset noise as if you actually did already fire.
 

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Even though there's no replies, wanted to give a update in case someone else is looking for a solution for the same kind of problem. I opened it up, checked all contact Point's and moving parts for fit and finish. I polished contact points of sear and hammer, I installed mcarbo spring kit, and trigger. Light lube on moving parts. Put back together and the trigger feels 100% better, nice clean break. Haven't taken it to the range yet, but from what it was before and what it is now is a night and day difference. also fast shipping from Mcarbo, and there trigger is very nice and well made. So far I'm impressed with there products, but will update after I go to the range.
 
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