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Mr. A, The sear just pivots on the pin. The "cam" device is on the back, top edge of the sear. The striker rests against the sear prior to firing. As the sear pivots downward, the cam lobe on the top of the sear moves the striker to the firing position and a lobe on the trigger bar releases the firing pin safety. It is a very simple and effecient system and capable of being smoothed and lightened. The factory trigger is good, the tuned trigger is fantastic. Mine is 3.5 pounds, 1/16th reset and no overtravel.
 
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