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I suspect you have more problems than that. Assuming everything worked before, and you are using the same hammer, safety, and sear, the only way the sear could disengage would be that you have cut the hammer notch back far enough for the sear to disengage before it contacts the safety.

What you have done effectively, is to destroy the relationship between the hammer, the sear, and the safety. DO NOT replace or try to fix the safety; it is probably OK. DO buy a new hammer and be content with using light stoning and some reduction of the full cock notch. Don't cut the notch deeper.

Jim
 
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