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Thread: Will there be mechanical issues using a milspec safety with a semi auto trigger?

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    But they said it wasn't due to hammer follow??? Without an auto sear, all they could hope to accomplish is keeping the disconnector from grabbing the hammer...right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by okie View Post
    But they said it wasn't due to hammer follow??? Without an auto sear, all they could hope to accomplish is keeping the disconnector from grabbing the hammer...right?
    I am not concerned with what "they" said. I said that installing an M-16 FCG will cause an AR to fire more than one round per trigger pull with the selector in "Auto" - a correct statement.

    At any rate, the OP asked about mechanical concerns with installing an M-16 selector only. I believe there is no mechanical reason against it. I personally would not install one unless it was impossible to find a semi selector.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyLate View Post
    At any rate, the OP asked about mechanical concerns with installing an M-16 selector only. I believe there is no mechanical reason against it. I personally would not install one unless it was impossible to find a semi selector.

    Andy
    Me too. It would be annoying for the selector to move beyond its normal rotation.
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