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Old 08-09-2018, 08:49 PM
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I field stripped and cleaned my rifle tonite. Went to reassemble and the bolt would not pull back. Took out the trigger assembly and the mainspring & strut had fallen out. Put it back in and seems to be okay.

Wonder why it fell out? I have field stripped it about 3-4 times and it never fell out before. Common problem?

Thanks!

PS: attached is the part.
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Old 08-10-2018, 07:26 AM
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This has come up on another forum. If the hammer is cocked, the hammer spring and strut, (your picture), are captive and cannot come out when the trigger assembly is removed from the receiver. If the hammer is not cocked, it is still captive UNTIL the trigger group is removed from the receiver. My advice is, operate the bolt to cock the hammer, then remove the trigger assembly, making sure the safety is in the safe position so you do not accidently release the hammer. This trigger assembly is nearly identical to the Ruger 10/22
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Well it fell out again!!!!! I have stripped and cleaned it 5-6 times since the strut fell out as noted above. Now in my old age, I cannot figure how to re-install. All help is appreciated.

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