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BT-99 Rebuild

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by 7771, Sep 16, 2012.

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    Anybody get one rebuilt lately any info would be great.
    Thanks Tom Ketchum
     
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    Doug Braker did a superb job on mine! Ben
     
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    What kind of "rebuild" are you looking for specifically ?

    I recently did a trigger rebuild on my BT-99 Goldden Clays model which entailed replacing the hammer, sear, firing pin, and associated pieces (cocking lever screw, springs, pins, etc.). Fitting the new sear to the new hammer took some doing, but I got it done by myself, and I'm glad I did it. BT-99's have a situation whereby as the square surface of the sear starts to round off (normal wear?), the trigger pull keeps getting lighter and lighter until it starts to close fire. So it was good for me to get a "feel" for how the BT-99 works inside, and more hands-on experience with trigger work, and working sears on the stones.

    It was also a lesson on just how important it is to do regular cleanings inside the action (I think my lack of attention in that area further accelerated my sear wear).
     
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