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    OnOff/shear/ bolt stick issue?

    Does any one have an idea as to why I might have on/off stick? I'm not sure exactly what is going on to be honest.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nts...ature=youtu.be

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    Have you tried what happens if you change your lvl 10 carrier to one larger?

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    I have gone threw all my carriers. Even did a re build.. I think now it might be an issue with my new rail… the shear getting stuck on a sharp edge. going to test later to night with a different rail.

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    Broken o-ring in the on/off or some piece of trash in it is the only other explanation can think of. (I assume everything is properly oiled)

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    As far as I know everything is oiled right. I followed the Tk vid.

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    Maybe a little more oil in the on/off?
    What type of on/off are you using
    More oil in on/off may help the SEAR reset

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    RT on/off

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    Well.. ULT shim is half of lvl-10 shim thickness. So if you have those you could try.

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    Still having issues! So not happy right now!

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    where did you get tha rail??? who milled it?

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    The aluminum sear supports are missing on the rail. There are a couple at the front but that is it. The ones at the back of the sear that hold the back of the sear in place so that it lines up with the body/on-off hole are missing. You need to add some guides on the rail on each side of the sear. JB weld will work for this.
    Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athomas View Post
    The aluminum sear supports are missing on the rail. There are a couple at the front but that is it. The ones at the back of the sear that hold the back of the sear in place so that it lines up with the body/on-off hole are missing. You need to add some guides on the rail on each side of the sear. JB weld will work for this.
    It's there, thats the one that gets the sear hooked on

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    where did you get tha rail??? who milled it?
    Luke milled it. I'll is fixed just have ti send it back to him for a fix.

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