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Browning Superposed Trigger Service ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by minnship8, Aug 22, 2011.

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  1. minnship8

    minnship8 Well-Known Member

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    Lost 4 birds this past weekend due to trigger not pulling in expected length of draw and then flinching on my Browning Superposed. I understand that this trigger is not a drop out style and would need work to become a release style. Can I get some recommendations on who to talk to/where to go for Browning Superposed trigger work?

    Thanks,
    Chip Porter
     
  2. Hoosier Daddy

    Hoosier Daddy TS Member

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    Do a search on this forum for beaker100. That is Doug Hubbart. He is an excellent trigger man and all around gunsmith and good guy. His phone is 573-286-9905 and email is jd28hd@aol.com
     
  3. Hill topper

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    I think you can do better than Doug.

    My .03 cents

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  4. BROWNST100

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    Allems can fix up your pull trigger and tune it for you.

    Vern
     
  5. joe90t

    joe90t Active Member

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    Send It To Dean Harris At Skeet's Gun Shop. He Is GREAT With Browning Triggers. #918-456-4749 After 10:00Am Central time Joe W.
     
  6. colonel klink

    colonel klink Active Member

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    While you are at it you might look into having the superposed converted to mechanical triggers as opposed to the inertia type. I had mine converted to mechanical triggers many years ago & definetely do not regret that move.
    Colonel
     
  7. minnship8

    minnship8 Well-Known Member

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    What would be the advantage of the mechanical over the inertia trigger?
     
  8. colonel klink

    colonel klink Active Member

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    For me the advantage was that I had a set of 28 ga. tubes for the gun but the small gauge did not have enough recoil to set the inertia triggers for the second shot. Rather than have the trigger worked over I just had mechanicals put in & now recoil does not enter into the game. They set for the second shot faster than you can pull the trigger. Colonel
     
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