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Old 06-16-2009, 03:46 PM
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Checking my understanding of the Buckmark's trigger...



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Pardon my crude drawing skills on this one...



Does this drawing reflect the relationship between the hammer and sear surfaces on the BuckMark? My drawing is obviously exaggerated and simplified for clarity (I hope).

I ask because, after reading some old posts on the subject, some firing system components said to "cam" when the trigger is pulled. Does the term "cam" refer to climbing an inclined surface on the hammer or sear? I assume the inclined surface (if this is so) prevents the hammer from being released by an accidental knock/bump. Is my understanding correct?
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