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Been having trigger problems. Noticed this today. Small pin or arm is missing. You can see in pic. Any advice appreciated.
 

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That sear cam
doesn't look right.
Call HP on Monday and they'll send you the new part.
Bird Wood Bumper Automotive design Beak


 

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Swaga's spot on, something there isn't right.
Actually I've never seen a Hi-Point sear cam that looked like that.
 

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Well, it did fire just fine. A few days ago I tried it and nothing. When you pull the trigger with safety off, the sear barely moves at all. Weird. But, I will call them. Thanks
 

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Actually I've never seen a Hi-Point sear cam that looked like that.
I have to correct myself, last night I was on Gunbroker and saw a C-9 parts kit and the sear cam looked the same as that. Must be a newer design variation thing. Looks like it would save on materials in the stamping process.

At this moment Melvin is buying himself one of each of the newer variations.
 

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Would the sear cam cause the sear to barely move like that?
 

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@Quavodus From the pic, it appears that perhaps the pivot pin is pushed in too deep? It should be further out so the cam can engage it fully.

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Yeah, I figured it out today before I went to bed. (I'm on 3rd shift). I think I got it working. Thanks guys.
 
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