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Burst packs use a modified sear and as such, additional modifications to the pack housing and hammer are required to use a registered sear with one. Give us a call if you would like us to do the conversion for you.
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Clarification... you will need an H-type registered sear. Other smiths may be able to do it with other registered conversion devices but our method requires an H-type sear.
 

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Right... Qualified or Fleming "H" sears.
 

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I have Ciener Sear and Ralph at RDTS just moved it into a burst pack. I have heard from several people that he has done this for them and they have never had any trouble with the pack.
 

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I have Ciener Sear and Ralph at RDTS just moved it into a burst pack. I have heard from several people that he has done this for them and they have never had any trouble with the pack.

+1 on the Ciener Sear and RDTS installation in a Burst Pack. I got a good deal on it, but if they are the same price always chose the Fleming or Qualified.
 
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