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    Did the pt92 trigger job. Just polish no d spring.Followed the video and everything is back correctly. Was NOT aggressive on polishing. I have done trigger work before. Very nice in da but can't lock trigger back in sa. Although SOMETIMES if I really yank on the hammer I can get it to stay. Also, when the grips were off I could get it to lock back if I pressed on the sear slightly. My guess is worn sear but I was careful. Anyone second this diagnosis?

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    Check the sear and see if it has been moved in anyway..............
    Could be a worn sear, but I kinda doubt it.................
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    A little too agressive with the scrubbing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samkent View Post
    A little too agressive with the scrubbing?
    I only use the green rouge to polish. It's mostly used to give luster. It's not aggressive.

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    The only other possibility is the sear spring. I had a hard time getting the spring on the sear according to the video. It kept on snapping back off the screwdriver numerous times. Maybe it lost some tension?

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    sounds like its time to move on to doing 1911 trigger jobs now!!
    Seriously I haven't got the tools to properly do such and I really don't know enough to do this either, so if I am having a trigger job done then my gunsmith would do it.
    hope you get it figured out though.
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    I'd go on Ebay or Gun Broker and buy a used hammer and try that. Here's a hammer group for less than a used hammer costs from Numrich:

    Taurus PT-99 AF hammer assembly PT99 : Small Pistol Parts at GunBroker.com
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    You know I'm liking the dao. Worked fine at the range. It's primarily a house gun. Might be better for the wife. She does not shoot much and almost exclusively a revolver. Less controls to cope with. A revolver was fine but I convinced her 18 rounds are better the 6.

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    Another thing I just found. If I point the pistol straight up it will catch in sa.

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    IMO a fire control group that doesn't work as engineered is a gun that I don't want around my house. If you're OK with it, I suppose that's all that matters.
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