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1100 Timmney pull Trigger for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by superxjeff, May 20, 2011.

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  1. superxjeff

    superxjeff Active Member

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    Trigger has been sold
     
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    trigger still for sale. Had a buyer and he never called back.
     
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    Does a Timmney Trigger have any markings that identify it? HMB
     
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    Just look for the lack of a safety is a pretty good clue.

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    The trigger itself is one of the first clues. It is wider and is that silver alloy color. The trigger has small ridges/grooves. Now.. When the trigger is in your hand it become sreally obvious as it weighs twice as much as a normal trigger.

    The adjustment screw at the back of the trigger when it is out of the gun is another clue. If you look at the picture that shows the guts of the trigger you will see it.

    lack of a safety helps, but you could purchase them with safety. Jeff
     
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    FYI: The "serrated trigger blade" was an option. MANY were made without it. The "speed lock hammer" was also an option. Many were made without it. The square release button extension was also an option. Maybe half were made with it. The key to identifying a Timmney trigger is the trigger frame itself....thicker and heavier. Rick..... Texas
     
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    you got a super-x pull
     
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    I have one with a safety and a smooth trigger blade - no ridges.

    Chris
     
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