A Folding Stock Question
Posted 17 June 2010 - 05:26 PM
What is the difference between the between Pc & TA wood? Is there any difference in the wood?
I'm assuming (again ) that it is the wood and not the metal & plastic parts that are different.
If the Stocks are the same - wouldn't the Italians have marked them BM59 TA-Pc like they did with Winter Trigger, and the Trigger & Sear assy? It would have simplified their supply system.
I know from looking at pictures that the Pc barrel has a different profile, maybe the Pc stock is inletted for that - I'm guessing here.
Anybody have both a TA & a Pc marked stock in their collection? I only have a TA.
Thoughts on this?
Posted 18 June 2010 - 08:19 PM
Posted 19 June 2010 - 12:13 AM
MRJ - There is a slight difference between a standard Trigger & Sear & a TA-Pc Trigger & Sear. But unless you put them side by side, you can't tell.
I've attached 2 pictures -
The 1st pic has 3 Trigger & Sears which are from L to R, BM59 Standard with auto sear, 2nd (middle) is a BM59 TA-Pc with auto sear, and 3rd is a Garand with semiauto sear (same trigger as 1st but different sear) Notice that TA-Pc trigger is about 1/8" longer. I've been told that angle of the curve is also slightly different.
The 2nd Pic is a Trigger Group with a TA-Pc Trigger & Sear. You can see bottom portion of the TA-Pc marking on the trigger while it's in the Trigger Group
Do you know what kind of Trigger & Sear is in your BM59/62/69?
Posted 19 June 2010 - 09:59 AM
Here is a picture of the 2 winter triggers. I have stacked them on top of each other to show the different shapes. The area between the lines indicate where the backs of the triggers are even.
Posted 19 June 2010 - 12:11 PM