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    Tinhorn
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    1894 sear / trigger

    Damn I screwed up. My Forkin 1894 needed refinished I have it for many years and it will be passed on when I am gone, no intention of parting with it. I found a company Precision Bluing. I decided to save 100 bucks and disassembled it I took it apart and got it back and when reassembling saw I was NOT suppose to take the sear and trigger apart. Now what do I do I thought go ahead and order a RPP trigger kit. Any suggestions ?
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    Tinhorn
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    Bluing job was not that great and gun was returned dirty bore, bluing salt in screw holes.
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    I don't quite understand. I have had the trigger and the sear apart multiple times and just put the pin back in when I reassembled.
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    Tinhorn
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    Trigger guard was crushed. Guess put in vise to polish and bent it. Used calipers to measure mine and a new one. .020 difference
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    Not sure I fully understand what you need, a new trigger and sear or trigger guard / lower tang? Can you insert a photo of what is needed?
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