I'm finally getting somewhere in my spare time! The trigger mechanism works like a charm, the sear needs a little polishing to improve the pull, but it isn't too bad! I now just need to shape the forearm, sand it down, stain it, paint the action, and attach it to the stock. It also needs a cocking handle, that spring is still a bugger without one. This new action gives a bit more spring tension, so the valve should open even faster now. That hopefully will mean more power. I cut the barrel down to 26" to make everything look proportioned.