Originally Posted By: Der Ami
Of course you are right about BSW, I didn't take the time to look it up. Unless I missed it again, Emil Kerner added an interrupting sear to the Anson and Deeley action, so I believe we are thinking of the same thing.

Actually, Kerner's contribution to the Anson action was not an interrupting sear, but a relocation of the sear, allowing a very light trigger pull with increased safety.

Here is a sketch of the Kerner-Anson action and a photo of my Kerner-Anson drilling: