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F/S-F/T: Remington 1100/1187 Timney Pull SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Feb 1, 2012.

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  1. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Remington 1100/1187 Steel frame Timney pull trigger. Has safety and gold plated, serrated trigger blade (these were all increased cost upgrades). Bluing is a bit greyed on the bottom of the trigger guard (really doesn't look too bad, a reblue wouldn't be too expensive if you were so inclined, but I think most people would be perfectly content with it as-is). The one has an adjustable sear, something which I've never come across on a Timney trigger (then again, I'm never surprised w/ the Timneys, it seems like I find a new feature or design modification every time I come across one).

    $225 shipped to you for this trigger group.

    I would also be interested in trading it for another 1100/1187 Timney steel frame pull trigger, with no safety and a smooth trigger blade (only reason I'm selling this one is I don't need the safety, and I don't care for the serrated trigger, otherwise I'd hold onto it), in comparable condition (this would be the ONLY configuration I'd be interested in trading for, no aluminum frame triggers, no release triggers).
     
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    Sman, if it does not say Timney on the trigger it is a Hastings , sold by Brownells up until about 20 years ago.They had the adjustable sear.Great triggers ,shame they stopped making them.Jeff
     
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    Jeff- I've had probably close to a dozen and half of these over the years, and have seen dozens more, and have never seen one that was marked Timney.

    The general sentiment is that in all likelihood, Timney made the triggers for hastings...

    The triggers I've come across that I DO believe have been hastings have a slightly different shape to the trigger blade (the blade is a little thinner front to back, and has a little more curve to it).
     
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