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Tapco AK Retaining Plate
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- The INTRAFUSE AK Retaining Plate installs in seconds, quickly securing pins in position to keep your trigger group in place
- This retaining plate works in virtually all AK's including the Tantal version
- Features an Installation Tab for better gripping in installation
- Phosphate Finish
- Made in the USA
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The TAPCO G2 fire control groups are the most reliable and best selling AK triggers on the market. To accompany that product we have created an equally impressive AK retaining plate. The TAPCO Retaining Plate installs in seconds, quickly securing pins in position to keep your trigger group in place. The TAPCO Retaining Plate works in virtually all AK's including the Tantal version. Unlike other retaining plates on the market, the TAPCO Retaining Plate is finished in a military phosphate coating, one of the most durable and longest lasting coating options available. It also features an installation tab for ease of use when inserting and removing the plate. This small bend at the top of the plate gives you multi-directional control when working with the tight confines of the AK receiver.
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The hammer drop was a result of the hammer not locking back properly and certain AK style rifles / pistols seemed more prone to have these problems. Specially the Yugo pattern rifles did not fair well with the retaining plate and would often cook off 2-3 rounds before making a light primer strike in the final round. I would then have to manually cycle to clear the round and reset the hammer. Very frustrating and in hind sight - not worth it.
Great product, great price, and easy to follow instructions... if you actually read them.
After years of dealing with an annoying spring the only bad thing I can say about my experience is that it took me this long to get one of these.
I haven't test fired yet but it feels solid and the parts stay where they should so far.
Some PAP M92s come with a Full Auto Safety, which means that you cannot remove the Safety lever without removing the trigger group. If you have a full auto safety, you will need to file down a bit of the side that DOES NOT ENGAGE THE TRIGGER, so that you can pull the trigger back, and rotate the safety lever back into position, with the lever clearing the trigger to rotate back in.
There's a great couple of YouTube videos for what needs to be sanded. I'm linking three of them since some of them have the Full Auto safety, and others needed a bit of sanding in the rear because it was hitting up against the rear trunion.