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    Inception roller sear

    Has anyone used one of the new ID roller sears in a non ID slider frame like a benchmark/ans/belsales/shocktech?

    https://www.inceptiondesigns.com/ROL...p/ifp-1001.htm

    Description says it works in some frames. Curious which ones it fits.

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    Not sure - but I recently friended Simon on FB and he was super responsive to my questions.
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    There have been a few posts on the autococker fb group about this. Apparently you have to sand/file about .020 inches off the sear for it to fit most standard frames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magmoormaster View Post
    There have been a few posts on the autococker fb group about this. Apparently you have to sand/file about .020 inches off the sear for it to fit most standard frames.
    These are the details I’m looking for. Thanks

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    http://www.nummech.com/prod_item_telossear.html

    I personally haven't tried them but they are designed to drop into standard cocker frames...

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    Quote Originally Posted by njr_11 View Post
    http://www.nummech.com/prod_item_telossear.html

    I personally haven't tried them but they are designed to drop into standard cocker frames...

    I have one of those and my initial reaction isnt too great. Yes they are drop in replacement, at least on the frames I tired (Benchmark, PMI Perfect)

    I do not like Titanium Nitride plating/coating that us on it. It absolutely does not promote a smooth pull in the slightest.
    I was going to try sanding it off and going with a regular old polish job but ended up just throwing a belsales roller in it instead.

    I am curious of the finish on the ID roller sear if it is smooth and polished or just tumbled/matte finish? Specifically on the surface that touches the lug.

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    Second time I have heard of the Nummech stuff not being of such top quality.

    I have an ID roller in my RIP frame and have had no complaints.... But I think most know me as the ‘good enough’ type.

    Docfire did a full review of the frame on YouTube and goes over the sear in detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiffle32 View Post
    Second time I have heard of the Nummech stuff not being of such top quality.

    I have an ID roller in my RIP frame and have had no complaints.... But I think most know me as the ‘good enough’ type.

    Docfire did a full review of the frame on YouTube and goes over the sear in detail.
    Ill check it out.

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    I will add to the Telos sear hate. I'm not sure if it's the plating or the bearing, but it feels like garbage. Might as well use a regular sear, with really heavy springing. I was told that using a rounded lug helps, but at that point, again, might as well use a regular sear. Autocockerparts.com sells a roller sear for $20, and it works quite well. They're not Psychoballistics or Extreme Rage, but I can't tell you how robust it is.
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