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Help! I finally got a chance to get my 7.62 conversion out to the range and found that when I pull the trigger the first round will fire but not a second. to remedy this I need to move the trigger forward and then the next round will fire. I'm sure I mst have missed something but everything seemed to dry fire OK. Hoping somebody can help me get this. The trigger is a Tapco G2 that was modified by Tromex. For the record, I'm sure the issue is my install and not Tapco or Tromex so please hold off on the hate mail LOL.


Thanks for your help and ideas everyone.

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Hammer spring legs are not properly postioned on the trigger arms, or the hammer spring is installed backward.

Sometimes the spring legs need a little bending to get them to stay in position. Carolina Shooters Supply trigger installation video addresses this issue.

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Thanks Jetmatch. I'm using the JT spring. Do you recommend going back to the original spring?

Without a doubt .....yes. watch this video, pay attention at the six minute mark.


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