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CETME Sporter slam fire

Discussion in 'Maintenance & Gunsmithing' started by tonz, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. tonz

    tonz Beaverton Member

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    Does anyone have some experience or guidance on CETME's that intermittently cycle two rounds on a single fire?
    I am wondering if it could be the reloads, or the trigger housing
    Thanks all!
     
  2. cetme

    cetme oregon city Member

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    ive had them do that if one side of the hammer spring is off/out of place,on top of the selector,or/and if the firing pin sticks in the bolt from dirt/grit
     
  3. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    Warning.. you have what the BATF classifies as a "machine gun" and they will prosecute you as they have others. It does NOT matter that it is a mechanical malfunction, they are merciless. I would recommend PMing me for an HK expert gunsmith contact you can send your trigger group to for fixing, immediately. Do NOT take it out to shoot it until you get it fixed

    PS: I would advise in the meantime not having the trigger group on your property with the rest of the gun.. this is just free advice from someone who has seen too much
     
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    cetme oregon city Member

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    bill springfield is an expert with triggers.that is exactly where i would send the trigger if the hammerspring as described isnt at fault. h&k triggers are totally different,bill does them all though...
     
  5. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    I was going to suggest Ghillie but Bill S can do it too
     
  6. cetme

    cetme oregon city Member

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    if you really like the cetme platform,its worth sending it to bill for a trigger job.he knows what to look for if theres something out of place,or defective.used to be about 60.00.good luck
     
  7. tonz

    tonz Beaverton Member

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    Thanks for all the advise, checked the springs, and they are in place, I'm sure the pin needs a good cleaning.
    I will heed your advise Blitz!, thanks!
    What's the best way to contact Bill?
    Thanks again to all!!!!
     
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    cetme oregon city Member

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    tonz Beaverton Member

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    Thanks CETME! :thumbup:
     
  10. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    Replied to your PM, tonz
     
  11. tonz

    tonz Beaverton Member

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    Many thanks Blitz!
     
  12. tonz

    tonz Beaverton Member

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    Hey Guys,
    Did a detailed cleaning of the firing pin and had a chance to test it out today,,
    ISSUE RESOLVED!!!
    It fired smoothly with a nice clean break
    Thanks for the info!