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Old 08-16-2012, 07:11 PM
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Question Small Mysterious bushing loose in trigger group



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Hey guys.

Could yall post a few pics of inside your trigger group? Around all the linkage and such.

Mine would not fire and the safety was acting weird.
I dissembled and found a little steel bushing lodged inside the safety. I cant figure out where it goes.
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:42 PM
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http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...rigger+linkage

This should get you going. About halfway down the page. Another pic is on the next page.
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:56 PM
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Also wait for a member here, Al "bite the head off a smelt" the infidel" he's a pretty sharp 597 guy...

There are many others but hey, I want advice from a guy who bites the heads off of fish, don't you?


(seriously, any of the 597 guru's might know if you can't find it on the diagram)
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It sounds like the linkage bushing came lose,which seems to be getting more and more common. I don't think that there's a good do it yourself method of fixing it, either. Might be worth a shot to give Remington a call. They've sent a few RFC members new trigger groups.
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Called Remington.
They are def aware of the problem.
They are sending me a new trigger assembly.
Awesome.
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Old 08-17-2012, 10:57 AM
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Called Remington.
They are def aware of the problem.
They are sending me a new trigger assembly.
Awesome.
Keep the old one, "just in case" for parts, and you will have 2 hammers to choose for pull weight.
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I hope you're patient. I've been waiting four months for my replacement trigger assembly (warranty replacement), which is still on back order. About a month ago they agreed to send me a call tag to ship my rifle to the Tulsa, OK repair center, but they don't have any, either I put a dab of epoxy on the bushing and pin, to hold it on.
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Some have had good luck by jury rigging it back in place by skwishing it and using some sort of glue or whatever to hold it in place; others not so much. One poster was told by a Rem techy they got a bad batch. Try to fix it while you wait unless you are very patient.
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