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I was at the range firing my new 10/22 for the second time. I had installed the B/C folding stock since my first range visit. All went well for the first 80 rounds or so, then trigger pull became stiffer and could not cycle for a second shot. When I got home I found the pin holding the hammer had worked partially loose. Knocked it back in and used electrical tape to hold it in place. Apparently the B/C stock has more clearance, which allows some pins to work loose.

Now trigger pull is back to normal again when dry firing.
 

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Yeah you got to be carefull sometimes I guess if they are aftermarket parts , tolerances may not always be what they should be. If you want to keep that stock (and I assume you do) then some shimming is in order.
 
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