I have a triplet of Fleming sears, each installed in a four position burst pack. In the course of doing some stuff, I have now confused which sear was on which host which means now I don't know what serial number corresponds to what form 4. A bit like three card monty. I am loathe to disassemble the packs to verify and I can't quite see the serial numbers from the outside.
I certainly am too fumble fingered to solve it myself; is my only alternative to go to a smith and have this straightened out?
For those that have the high quality problem of having more than one sear I am wondering if you have also engraved the frame in which it is installed to solve this problem? Seems like a good suggestion going forward. Would also solve the problem for when they check paperwork at the range and want to see the serial number correspond (I always show the SBR Form 4 for the host, that seems to satisfy them).
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Three Fleming Sears? In the greater scheme of things not the world's worst problem to have:)
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Thanks. I think I will have to send them out. And no not the 3 pack Ruben had, I've owned these a decade or more.
Oh but to have the OP's problems...
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to me it does not matter, I have the form 4's for my sears with me at all times, the guns are out. I have never heard of anyone being checked. Besides that who says what you engrave on the pack is what is inside.
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