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S&W 929 MYSTERY PART


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It's the hammer lock , part of the " hillary hole "  , You use the little key that came with the gun in the hole in the side of the frame to raise that piece ( the flag ) so that it blocks the hammer from moving.

 

Most competition guys choose to remove them as they are un-nessasary to the function of the gun, some have even reported the hammer lock engaging on its own during normal firing. 

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They do, I've installed a few for a couple of guys.

I think they're like 70.00 bucks, I also THINK TK sells the part.

Going from what those guys said.

 

Edit

Just looked, not on TK's site, so not sure now where they came from.

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1 hour ago, MRBerg said:

do they make a little plug kit that fills the hole to keep dust and dirt out be nice to plug the hole up 

 

TK CUSTOM sells them, or used to. I dont see it on the website right now.

 

Give them a call and ask for Eli or Tom and they can likely set you straight. 

 

-Alec

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4 hours ago, Ming the Merciless said:

 

Wow!  Looks like he makes nice parts, but I went down the rabbit hole reading the stream of consciousness train wreck that is the rest of the website. YIKES!

Ah, I went down it too. 5 minutes of my life I’ll never get back. 

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On 4/5/2020 at 8:38 AM, Alaskan454 said:

 if you ever need to fire the gun upside down it will engage itself. 

Alright nobody else is going to ask so I will.

How do you know this?

Sounds like it could be a good story. 

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On 4/5/2020 at 11:46 AM, MRBerg said:

do they make a little plug kit that fills the hole to keep dust and dirt out be nice to plug the hole up 

I took it out ASAP and was going to fill it in, but it makes a nice access port for doing a quick internal flush and lube.

 

 

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