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    Trigger Issues

    Greetings all,

    I just Purchased an XCR and ran about 160 rounds through with no problems. When I got home I Double-checked to ensure the gun wasn't loaded, and when I tried to Dry-Fire the gun it wouldn't fire. I cracked it open and the Trigger Mechanism was stuck. I flicked the safety on and off and it broke free along with a piece of Plastic (it feels kinda Squishy, not hard Plastic); Anyone know what that piece is and why it was jamming my trigger?

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    Re: Trigger Issues

    sounds like the buffer pad off the reciever




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    Re: Trigger Issues

    I'll do that when I get home from work, I don't recall seeing one of those attached to the Firearm...

    Perhaps it's been floating around in there since before I purchased it.

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    Re: Trigger Issues

    If it was on there and is getting chewed up it means you can safely turn your gas down a setting or two.

    You'll get less recoil and longer life from the rifle. You can always turn it back up if your shooting steel cased stuff.

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    Re: Trigger Issues

    Yeah, It's on there, its just got a piece broken off; I'll knock the Gas down a notch and hopefully it doesn't get any worse.

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    Re: Trigger Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Skorenzy View Post
    Yeah, It's on there, its just got a piece broken off; I'll knock the Gas down a notch and hopefully it doesn't get any worse.

    Thanks
    You should be able to get a replacement from RA... it might be worth an email to Danny.
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    Re: Trigger Issues

    Man, they must not make those like they used to. Mine is still the original one, well over 10K rounds through it over the past 5+ years and is still going strong.

    I would order a couple just as a precaution.
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    Re: Trigger Issues

    Yea I would get a couple spares.I think three may have been a few of these that were not quite up to par,so that may be the issue here.At least it's an inexpensive part.



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    Re: Trigger Issues

    I had one that popped in half within a few hundred rounds on setting 4 recently... Funny part is that it looked new still, just in two pieces.
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    Re: Trigger Issues

    Greetings all,

    Do you have an email address for Danny? I'd like to try and get a new one shipped up here.

    Thanks

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