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BT99 Trigger

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by warren, Sep 11, 2012.

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  1. warren

    warren Member

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    I recently won a BT99 in a drawing and it's a great gun which I shoot well but the trigger makes a blister on my finger and it's gotten so I can't shoot it. I've been looking for a new trigger, something like the one on my XT, but can't find any. I'm not interested in a release just a adjustable trigger. Anybody got any idea??????? thanks

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    RWT Thanks for the suggestion but I already tried a shoe it made the problem worse. I've shot older BT99's and never had this problem I don't know whether Browning made a design change or what but the way it is I can't shoot it. thanks again. I shot it this weekend at Winnemucca and won my class in the single but I got a blister and had to shoot my XT the rest of the shoot.

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  3. tracyhunter

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    Got the same problem.last week i posted skinned finger on this web.got some good ideas but have not used any of them yet.I think when the trap season here in the Midwest is over i am going to send my bt to Phillips(sp) gun shop in Texas.he has fixed this problem in the past according to one of the answers i got.might give him a call.

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  4. Johnny

    Johnny Well-Known Member

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    Some triggers are beveled on the right side for a right handed shooter. That may solve your problem.
     
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    Take a little trip to Radio Shack and buy the Heat Shrink tubing that will fit over your trigger "shoe". Use a Soldering Iron or a Cig. lighter to shrink the tubing.I USE it All the time Works GOOD. Joe joe90t
     
  6. warren

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    Thanks Joe90t I'll try that sounds like it might work.

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