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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by ricks1, Jul 2, 2007.

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  1. ricks1

    ricks1 TS Member

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    hey you had a beartrap that you had posted under mine that i sold do you havethe instruction sheet? if not em me and will make a copy before rick i send it to jeff
     
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    do you want it or not just asking rick
     
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    what i am asking if you are trying to sell it the instructions would help i can make a copy and send if you want that one you have is the same as the one i sold but the hole needs to be 2 different sizes if you what them let me know my em is posted rick
     
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    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    You don't need instructions: Gold Beartrap is for RH, Blue is for LH.

    Just mount in stock bolt hole.

    WW
     
  5. bigbore613

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    Sorry about you guys who do not know the installation procedure for the bear trap. The unit must be installed exactly parallel to the bore and requires a two diameter hole with a tight fit to function properly. If not then the unit is just added weight. My first one was purchased from Allem's 20 years ago. My Hilmer stock has one in it now. They are the best working of all. While at Allem's way back then, I asked John about the types of recoil reducers on the market. We went into his shop and he had all the types laid out on the bench. On a metal leg of a bench was a tape measure starting at 0 on the floor. He held the Edwards mercury unit at 12 inches up against the table leg and let it fall squarely to the floor telling me to measure the bounce height. About six inches. Then the Dead Mule ,about four inches. And finally the Beartrap. When dropped, it stuck to the floor , no bounce. He looked at me and said, which one do you think works best? They are a pain to install , but if insalled with 0 movement they are the best. The only two installers I have seen to do the job properly are Mark Duprez and Allem's Gun Craft. Jeff
     
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