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Cynergy trigger pic's

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 7571, Feb 18, 2009.

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  1. 7571

    7571 Well-Known Member

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    Cynergy trigger pic

    Will someone please post some pictures of the innards of the Browning Cynergy firing system.

    Both in cocked and fired positions. This would really be appreciated.

    Thank you,,,Tom
     
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    Was hoping someone could pull the stock from a Browning Cynergy and take some pictures of the trigger assembly, both cocked and fired.

    It is to show how much different the mechanism is from the XT and why releases have not been developed.

    It would be so appreciated.

    Thank you,,,Tom
     
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    Let's try one more time.

    Thanks
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    75. Ok. get it from Brownign. If I owned one, I would not pull the stock to suit your whim... Perhaps my own curiosity and then take a pic fo ryou. but not to just satisfy your curiosity. Plus yo make an assumpion that th owner of a cynergy knows how to post a picture on TS. Call Browning and get it from them.
     
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    Go to this site. The Cynergy does not need to be broken down very often. They are innovative, have a great trigger, and many other features.
     
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    Thank you Coach, for the polite and civil reply.

    I have seen the break-down pictures before, but, what I wanted was an assembled photo to see how everything is installed in the receiver. This was to show why it is probably impossible to install a _reliable_ release system.

    Thanks again,,Tom
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    75. If you are suggesting that my telling you to look it up on your own was uncivil, perhaps skeet shooting is more your bag.
     
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    Way To Go, MIA! I don't think your reply was un-civil, considering the request. Must have been a "skeeter"!

    AndyH
     
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    Not very nice
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Alf is just jealous tha the did not get to smart off first
     
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    These guns make good platforms for tubes. Since they have mechanical triggers and are light and responsive for their size, a 30" tube gun is still lively in the hands.

    As far as a release, it seems some one makes them. Never doubt Yankee ingenuity!
     
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