stop screw

stop screw

A wood screw used to fasten a bead, 2 to a window frame.
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Caption: The 22/45 Lite's striated alloy trigger does not have an over-travel stop screw. The review sample's trigger pull averaged 5 pounds, 12 ounces.
Remove the ball bearing through the hole for the dustcover stop screw (be careful--it is easy to lose, and so is the small coil spring).
There is also an adjustable trigger overtravel stop; simply swing the trigger guard down and rotate the stop screw with a correctly sized hex wrench.
During investigation the General Prosecutor's Office characterized absence of stop screw in his short rifle Saiga MK as illegal making and repair of weapon and launched a criminal probe against Tekebaev.
There is a short, smooth take up and no creep and a stop screw eliminates excess over-travel.
The rear screw is the trigger stop screw. Screw that down until it touches the bottom of the trigger.
The full-size Competition Government comes with a 5.0-inch, National Match stainless-steel barrel; a genuine Novak combat-style adjustable rear sight; a Novak blue fiber-optic front sight; a matte black Commander-style hammer; an aluminum, three-hole trigger with overtravel stop screw; a beavertail grip safety with memory bump; an extended thumb safety (not ambidextrous); blue-and-black, checkered G10 grip panels; and two stainless-steel, nine-round magazines.
Since the existing trigger already has an over travel stop screw in place, all we really need is a sear kit to lay in the Power Custom parts.
For each tool there is a stop screw or electric/electronic transducer, which controls the distance the tool will feed and cut.