Thank you for the additional information.
Until the will is formally admitted to probate there is no executor and no obligation to provide the will to you (only and obligation to file it with the court.
However, any interested party may petition the court to commence probate and admit the will. Once the petition is filed you can ask the court to compel production of the will under penalty of legal sanctions.
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