Joe, are you suggesting I tig the sear or the safety? I was thinking the safety would be better as I don't have to worry as much about the heat doing something bad to the sear. I can tig it pretty small but no matter how much, its still enough to melt metal at the point where it welds. On the other hand the sear has no bluing that I have to worry about screwing up.A spot of TIG weld and refit the original safety. Or search for a period correct replacement and see if it functions correctly. The safety that fails the function test should NEVER be installed until repaired and re-fitted.
On your last picture. It maybe there but I can’t see a back cut on your sear. Sure got them well coated.
Yeah its got that back cut on the sear. Thanks, I usually take a gun down when I get it and oil it up well.On your last picture. It maybe there but I can’t see a back cut on your sear. Sure got them well coated.