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Old 01-18-2011, 18:27   #1
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KNS non-rotating pins

Does it matter which pin you put in the lower hole? I know this might sound like a stupid question.
I have the pins that you tighten at the forward top and the pin with the wedge down low aft.
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The other way around.....the pin with the screws is for the trigger. You can remove a screw and squirt some oil in there to lube the trigger.
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Right after I wrote the question, I saw that the trigger pin is the one with the screws. I changed the pins around. Now I'm gtg.
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