I just put this together, it's quick and dirty but maybe it will help understand the lack of a drop safety.Yeah its obvious looking at this video and studying the design that none of the safety's are being defeated. As long as the trigger is working properly.
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Yep youre right. As youve shown in that video the sear being independent of the trigger bar raises another issue. That spring could depress by a strong whack to the butt. My trigger however hasnt stuck once on me but it came from the factory adjusted with too little take up and was pressing on the plunger safety right out of the box. I had to back out the trigger adjustment screw almost all the way to free it up. Hmmm ya got me rethinking this trigger. Definitely wont be carrying it. Like you said "range use only" until they rethink this. Thanks man you rock.I just put this together, it's quick and dirty but maybe it will help understand the lack of a drop safety.