The cam adjuster limits how far the sear can move. By limiting the travel of the sear, it in turn limits the travel of the trigger. If the sear cannot drop far enough to allow the marker to cock, it means that the cam adjuster is set too short. You could get around this by raising the hammer lug. This would allow you to set the cam adjuster to a shorter length, but could reduce the cocking reliability - you need to find a balance between trigger length and reliability.
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