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Old 07-08-2019, 12:40 AM
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You could remake a new rail from some aluminum flat stock and drill and tap similar to the original.
What usually do is replace it with a newer design similar to the later Internationals.
http://www.champchoice.com/store/Mai...ions&item=CC14
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http://www.championshooters.com/inde...=74&Itemid=111
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One more question, can anyone tell me what pull weight the factory trig is capable of going down to? I believe mine is right at 12oz but wondering if it can go lower, just don't want to mess it up as it's super clean right now.
I can attest that the pull-weight can go down to "outright dangerous". I had an ND inside my bedroom from one I am finishing and only lack the finishing of the wood to put back together. I was trying spent cases and felt no trip of the striker so I considered that I would have to pull the whole trigger guts apart and look for the culprit.
Instead, I tried seating a live round to check ejection and killed a book on my dresser nightstand.
It took only a few turns of the trigger screw to get it back to acceptable levels. I don't have a trigger pull gauge that would go down to the weight the Martini's can go. BUT....be willing to test safe levels before you go to the range or are around other people. You can get them to detonate JUST by closing the breech (cocking lever).

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Here are a couple pictures of the Rifle with refinished stock set. After it finishes curing for for just a bit longer I will work it out with rottenstone for an even finer finish. I think it looks pretty good, color matches well and I like a satin finish on it. Should it actually have a gloss finish?

What work is there to do accurizing the stock set, bedding or anything else?
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I can attest that the pull-weight can go down to "outright dangerous". I had an ND inside my bedroom from one I am finishing and only lack the finishing of the wood to put back together. I was trying spent cases and felt no trip of the striker so I considered that I would have to pull the whole trigger guts apart and look for the culprit.
Instead, I tried seating a live round to check ejection and killed a book on my dresser nightstand.
It took only a few turns of the trigger screw to get it back to acceptable levels. I don't have a trigger pull gauge that would go down to the weight the Martini's can go. BUT....be willing to test safe levels before you go to the range or are around other people. You can get them to detonate JUST by closing the breech (cocking lever).
What is an ND ?
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What is an ND ?
Negligent discharge I suspect.
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Negligent discharge I suspect.
That is correct. Negligent Discharge. AND, without a finger on the trigger.
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BSA Martinis are known for this if the trigger is not set properly.

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BSA Martinis are known for this if the trigger is not set properly.

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Yes, and although I own over a dozen, I should have known. To my weak defense, that was the first cartridge I had placed in the chamber of that particular rifle.
All I can think of is that I had backed out the set screws when checking to see if they were not frozen. That had happened quite a while before putting the rifle back together.
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No one hurt, and you already fixed everything. I was a range officer for over 25 years in a Fed agency. Had my first ND in my garage AFTER I retired. Dam Glocks...I despise the plastic blob. (Glock owners know what i mean when I say I 'made it safe'.) That final step has killed people.
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Here are a couple pictures of the Rifle with refinished stock set. After it finishes curing for for just a bit longer I will work it out with rottenstone for an even finer finish. I think it looks pretty good, color matches well and I like a satin finish on it. Should it actually have a gloss finish?

What work is there to do accurizing the stock set, bedding or anything else?
I think it looks pretty good too! I much prefer a nice satin sheen to the hi gloss finish and would continue with your plans for the rottenstone finish.
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