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K-32 Trigger Questions

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by 3200, Jul 10, 2007.

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  1. 3200

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    It is my understanding that the Krieghoff 32 trigger can be converted/upgraded to the K-80 trigger. With that in mind, does this upgrade/conversion allow the barrel selector to be locked? Anyone have a ballpark figure (cost) for this upgrade/conversion?

    Also, I understand that in order to use K-80 wood on a 32, the trigger guard needs to be changed. Any idea on what a "plain jane", blued K-80 trigger guard runs? TIA.
     
  2. DTrykow

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    3200: Krieghoff can upgrade your 32 to K-80. Give Krieghoff International a call for a quote. They can lock the barrel selector for you. It's a simple screw I believe that does it. Also I know the stock bolts are different lenghts. THe K-80 bolt is longer than the K-32. Dave T.
     
  3. g7777777

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    it isnt a k80 trigger when briley does it- or a K80 trigger shoe---

    stock bolt length is determined by the boring in the stock - there are different length bolts generally made

    if you use a K32 trigger guard in K80 wood- just fill that little triangle in with wood putty and stain it to match or stain it black -- sand and finish it- it will look good

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  4. skip

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    Question for Finger!


    What was the turn around time for all the work you had done.


    Thanks
     
  5. Maner

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    Marlette does more of the trigger conversions than anybody.Probably the best machinist I have ever seen.Atleast get his advice first.336-456-1818.This is the number I call.Sometimes I have to call twice.He limits his work to Krieghoffs.

    Marvin Maner
     
  6. skip

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    Thanks Finger


    My 32 trigger was a release till we removed the parts returning it to a pull.


    I suspect the force required to set the pull trigger was more than a good pull trigger should be.


    I'm shopping for someone to go through the trigger and get it back to factory or something more to my likeing.
     
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