So since I picked up the weapon the other day I kept taking it apart and looking at to see what I could find. Well I did come across why it was slam firing.
I noticed that the firing pin would protrude from the bolt when it was forward ONLY when the weapon was pointed at or below 180 degrees. When it was above 180 degrees the firing pin would be back and not protruding.
So I began to think and the question was "How can I keep a free floating (for the most part) firing pin back only to go forward when the firing hammer hits it?" And then it hit me, a spring. A Spring has the tension and flexibility to keep it back unit the hammer strikes it forward.
So I found a spring that works perfect!!! Any guesses what spring it might be? Well the spring that currently is in place was and is a spring from a gel pen. It fits perfect only issue is how long will it hold up when firing live ammo? So tomorrow I will give it a test run and hopefully I fixed the issue with the weapon slam firing, all I have to do now is shorten the length of the recoil spring to allow the hammer to go fully back and engage the disconnector. Ill let you know how things turn out tomorrow.