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motordoctor 01-Jul-12 - 10:22 PM ET
citadel 30-Jul-12 - 10:07 PM ET
motordoctor 04-Aug-12 - 10:57 PM ET
halfmile 09-Aug-12 - 08:39 AM ET
motordoctor 07-Sep-12 - 08:05 AM ET
WIN 101 02-Mar-13 - 12:00 PM ET
motordoctor 02-Mar-13 - 12:32 PM ET
Swanzey old man 12-Apr-13 - 09:10 PM ET


Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: motordoctor
Date: Sun, Jul 01, 2012 - 10:22 PM ET
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Many people ask me about how difficult it is to install this release hook. You would replace the "sear" with the release hook.Remove the hammer bushing with c clip and the hammer falls out with the two braces. Remove the trigger pin and the hammer comes out. Remove the trigger bushing and the sear comes out. Reverse the order for reassembly. Should take about 10 minutes $65.00 delivered to you. Drop in installation. 391 needs fitting at the sear to match your existing sear which can be done with a file. Motordoc

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: citadel
Date: Mon, Jul 30, 2012 - 10:07 PM ET
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Buy one from this vendor. The release worked fine and it was not difficult to instal after a little learning curve. Doug

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: motordoctor
Date: Sat, Aug 04, 2012 - 10:57 PM ET
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thanks for the nice recommendation

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: halfmile
Date: Thu, Aug 09, 2012 - 08:39 AM ET
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Its a kitchen table job. No sweat at all.

HM

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: motordoctor
Date: Fri, Sep 07, 2012 - 08:05 AM ET
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yes. mostly drop in. you my need to slightly file the hook area and polish it with a buffer or polishing wheel. not a big deal. I send pictures and directions with the sale

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: WIN 101
Date: Sat, Mar 02, 2013 - 12:00 PM ET
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Motordoctor is it possible to take the creep out of a 390 trigger , if so what do you charge Thank you

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: motordoctor
Date: Sat, Mar 02, 2013 - 12:32 PM ET
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Is it pull or release???? You can file/sand/reshape the sear and hook to remove some of the creep. I really hate to do much on them as if you go too far you screw it up easily. The creep on the release is not bad because you pull the trigger first. I really do not do much with the pull trigger and most convert the triggers to release or sell the release hook for do it your-selfers. thanks Je

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Subject: Release Trigger HOOK Beretta 302/303/390/391
From: Swanzey old man
Date: Fri, Apr 12, 2013 - 09:10 PM ET
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works for me great hook wayne wheelock

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