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info on sx-1 trap needed

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by valmet, Apr 9, 2007.

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  1. valmet

    valmet TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    found a sx-1 trap for sale it has m/c, 30" i/m bbl.very very pretty wood(90% plus) bluing is very good, recoil pad has been replaced "good job". i don't know the difference in ribs or trigger groups. the rib is slid on dovetails but don't know whats holding it there. there are no screws that are visible. also i didn't check the trigger out as it had a lock on it and the guys at the store were busy. the bbl looked very good. writing looked very crisp i don't believe the bbl to be reblued. also very little wear in the action. what should i look for in the trigger and bbl when i go back? were the sx-1 bbls drilled to accept a spring deflector? almost forgot the s.n. is #M83553. any help is appreciated. dennis. p.s.what is average$$ for something like this?
     
  2. dagnarble

    dagnarble TS Member

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    If the front of the trigger is serrated (grooved) it is an earlier stage one trigger. If the rib does not have a screw in front of the front bead that is the newer rib. No the barrels are not drilled for wire deflector but it is not a hard job. Hope this helps
     
  3. Ruck

    Ruck Well-Known Member

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    That is a near the end of production gun...last ones were in the 88,000 sn range. If it's all still original, it will all be Type 3....trigger, barrel, etc.In true 90% shape it should bring about $750 or so, IMO.

    Ken Rucker
     
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