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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by alant, Jun 30, 2011.

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  1. alant

    alant TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    I have a Winchester Super X release trigger that I took in on trade. I have been reading on here about the Stage 1 & 3 triggers. How do I tell what I have? Looking to sell it but don't know what it is worth. The only marking on it is TIM. Any offers?
    Thanks, Alan
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  2. patrick Swartz

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    I have not seen that type of release for a SX-1. I use a Hobblit release in my SX-1,but it is not the same style as what you have here. Is there any indication of who did the release work ? When you decide on a price,please list it here,I would like to try a hook release in a SX-1.

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    Took on Trade? Thats the same trigger that was sold on Gun Broker by Gander Mountain last week...Auction # 237259899 for $100 Buy it Now
     
  4. alant

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    Skeet2day,
    You are correct. That is the trigger from Gander Mountain. I got it to trade with a friend but don't know if he wants it now. Should have read "to trade" instead of "on trade". Don't always proof read what I type. Still looking for some info?
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    In general, if a trigger for an SX 1 has a grooved front surface and is made of steel (ypu can test with a magnet) it is a Stage 1 trigger. If it is smooth and is not magnetic it is a Stage 3 trigger. This might not apply to a trigger group that has been modified, but I believe that it is true for all of the stock triggers that Winchester made.
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    A stage 1 trigger will have a small cap head screw located between the top of the trigger and the sear disconnector, located at the tip of the arrow in the picture.


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