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? Belgian Browning Mechanical Triggers

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by OldGoat, Apr 4, 2010.

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  1. OldGoat

    OldGoat Well-Known Member

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    Need info on dates - from when to when - or how to determine Browning installed mechanical triggers in the Superposed shotguns made in Belgium. I know that most Belgian Brownings and all Citori Brownings have inertial triggers, but understand that some Belgian Brownings have factory mechanical triggers. Help understanding this will be appreciated. Regards, Ed

    Just looked up browning mechanical triggers on google...apparently, Cynergy Brownings have mechanical triggers and 1970 - 71 Brownings may have mechanical triggers.
     
  2. smifshot

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    oLD GOAT....bROWNING SWITCHED OVER TO MECHANICAL TRIGGERS FROM 70 TO 71 OR 72. tHEY CAME STANDARD ON THEIR TRAPGUNS..MAYBE OTHER ALSO..STROKER
     
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    Stroker, thanks for info. Regards, Ed
     
  4. colonel klink

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    You can have a Superposed converted from inertia to mechanical triggers. I have a 1958 Superposed & had it converted to mechanical triggers so it would set off my sub gauges with out fail. Had the whole gun rebuilt by Browning & now it's so pretty I can't bring myself to shoot it. Shot one box thru it since the rebuild!! Colonel
     
  5. Porcupine

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    How do I determine if my Superposed has inertia or mechanical triggers?

    Thanks.

    LA in MA
     
  6. pheasantsgalore

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    Very simple. Place snap caps in both barrels, and pull trigger. If the two pulls of trigger fall on both snap caps, you have mechanical triggers. If the second pull of trigger won't set off hammer, you tap butt of gun on your carpeted floor, which will in turn "set" the second barrel, and you then pull trigger which will allow second hammer to fall. This is inertia. That simple. If you have inertia triggers, mechanical triggers can be installed by gunsmith, or people such as Arts Gunsmithing, or Briley Mfg., just a couple that come to mind...............Rob G.
     
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