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JJF3 said:
...........After I reassembled it, the thumb safety wil drop
when the trigger is pulled. I recall reading a fix for this but don't recall what it was.
Other than fitting a new thumb safety you may be able to place the current thumb safety in a vice and peen the metal with properly executed hammer blows. It will move some metal in the right direction to block the sear when re-inserted. Gotta' know where to peen though. I assume that you do.

If not, then take to FNG. I can't draw a picture of how to do this or find a picture that would demonstrate it.
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