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Dropped in a new trigger, fired about 30 rounds everything is fine again. I can't fine any wear or burrs on the old one, I think I will call cmmg techs before I toss it and see if they think a new set of springs will salvage it, it wasn't the most expensive but it wasn't cheap either.
Talked cmmg tech support,said e-mail him a picture of the trigger with my mailing address so they could look at it, said they don't sale them anymore but he had a few left for warranty purposes, so hopefully I will be getting a replacement in the mail
I have always read good things about thier customer service, thats one reason i will go with ruger if i can find what i am looking for, i have always had very good experiences with their customer service
I have seen this before on a carbine gas piston gun. It was short stroking just enough to eject a case and pick up a new round but the lite weight hammer carry enough energy to engage the disconnect.
As well as the disconnect being out of spec and not matching the hammer.