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Hi, all:



I'm attempting to lower the weight by cutting down the height of the Sear.

I see that the top of the sear is not a continuous plane, but rather it has three different sections of differing heights. First, there is A) the area where the striker rides - the engagement end. Then there is B) a lower notch and finally C) the end opposite the engagment point.



I have only been lowering the first section A). This area is still higher thatn B) or C), and I have not gone less than .030 engagement of striker.



Here's the question:



Has anyone ever lowered the Height of the Sear such that part A) is as low as the other planes (or, even lower, whereby all the planes become "one" and this one plane is lowered even more???



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to measure engagement ...

... per Mr. Dan Burwell's post:



"The only way I have found to reliably check sear engagement is to color your striker with a sharpie put the gun together and dry fire it a few time the remove the striker and measure how much of the sharpie has been removed."
 
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