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k80 accessory trigger blade

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by moving1956, Jun 10, 2007.

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  1. moving1956

    moving1956 TS Member

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    WTB k80 accessory trigger blade

    I just shot with a gentleman who had an accessory trigger blade on his K80 that moved the trigger about 3/8 in closer to the muzzles than mine will go. Does anyone have one of these that they would like to sell or trade for a standard trigger blade? He said that it was made by Krieghoff. It is pierced which gives nice traction.
    xxpgrisanti@netvip.com drop the xx's
    Thanks Paul Grisanti
     
  2. moving1956

    moving1956 TS Member

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    Thanks for the help. I've got an email into Pacific Sports for Tues.
    Paul Grisanti
     
  3. g7777777

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    I think they are about 300

    but you can just grind the front of yours off and it will get closer

    regards

    Gene Nosco
     
  4. B.C.

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    I think it is shown on their web site. B.C.

    http://www.krieghoff.com/
     
  5. B.C.

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    I just checked it's on there. B.C.
     
  6. K-80 Jim

    K-80 Jim TS Member

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    Here's the trigger from Krieghoff International:


    <imgsrc="http://www.krieghoff.com/shop/catalog/popup_image.php?pID=190">


    Shoot well,

    Jim
     
  7. moving1956

    moving1956 TS Member

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    That's the one. Thanks everyone for your diligence in finding it for me and to Gene for a very practical suggestion. I had been on the website but hadn't thought to check the Titanium section.

    Paul Grisanti
     
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