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F/S Timney 870 Release

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Mic K, Nov 24, 2009.

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  1. Mic K

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    I have a Timney 870 release for sale. I have no need for it and would rather have the dough around this time of the year. I would like $250 for it, including priority mail shipping to your address. Email or call for more information or details. If emailing, please be sure to include release in the title and leave a message if no answer on the phone. Thanks!

    Mic Kempf
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    mpkjo@hotmail.com
     
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    Mic. Is that an all steel trigger or a cast metal housing ala Remington?
     
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    It is steel. I just got a new 870 trigger group and while it is a good looking unit, it is indeed a cast housing. This Timney is steel for sure. I don't have a great deal of knowledge of release triggers, but this is the nicest that I have used. It sets the hook with a nice "click" and has a smooth release with no hitch. Thanks for the interest.

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    Mic
     
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