Lisa: How about town crier? You'd be great at that.
Homer: You think so?
Bart: Well, yeah, Dad, you're a big fat loudmouth and you can walk
when you have to.
Homer: You su-diddely-uck, Flanders! [grabs a bell from him]
Hear ye, hear ye! Ye olde town crier proclaimed crappy by all! Chooseth Homer Simpson, and he shalt rock thy world!
Wiggum: Good God, he is fabulous.
Skinner: Yes, he's embiggened that role with his cromulent performance.
Quimby: Top-notch criering, I admit, but the hat and bell belong to Ned Flanders, so no dice.
Ned: Oh, they're just family heirlooms. They shouldn't stand in the way of Homer taking my job.
Homer: Less chat, more hat.
These are the kinds of questions that are good to ask yourself. (cromulent questions like this can embiggen the smallest man) Try taking out the grip safety, then reassemble. You can get a much better look back there and see what's going on. Get a flashlight and check it out!I took my frame apart and checked out the way the Striker Safety Lever is causing the reset. ... Not sure about it but maybe a small spring in the back of the safety lever to push it up? If that's it does it get in the way of the trigger bar when its going back?