The cracks were repaired after removing the finish and soaked oil from the head of the stock. At that time I also restored the sharp contours that had been previously sanded away and refinished the head of the stock. I then fabricated the anti-rattle spring and repaired the roller in the right lock to finish the job.
The anti-rattle spring, whose purpose is to keep the trigger blades lightly pressed against the sear tails so that the triggers don't rattle.
The finished job. No doubt you'll notice that hallmark of an English refinish, buffed and heat-blued screw heads (ugh!). Since the slots were in good shape, the owner opted to avoid the expense of having new screws made.