You did good Tracy. At the minimum it gives us wannabees an inkling as to what we are up against, should we endeavour to emulate you...Done finally.
The sear pin is small. It only needs to retract .050" or so. It has a small ramp on the bottom to help push the main spring up and over the sear. The top of the sear is filed flat to help hold the main spring.
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The switch spring needed a little curly lift to get out of the way of the scale.
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I had to add a 3/32" pin to the back bar to pin it to the liners so it didn't flex up.
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What it looks like inside.
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Always use a push stick when using the band saw. If you don't, keep super glue handy.
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Now it's time to move to coil fired autos for awhile.