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Need help re Browning Broadway trigger

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Porcupine, Mar 26, 2008.

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  1. Porcupine

    Porcupine Active Member

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    One of the most senior members at the Club is offering me a really fabulous deal on a beautiful late 1960's-vintage Browning Broadway Trap Lightning. The only kicker being that it has release triggers. I don't think this shotgun has a drop-out trigger group. Can anyone here tell me what's involved in the conversion back to pull triggers? I wouldn't do it myself, but is this a job that any competent gunsmith can do? How much would this cost me? It's a really nice gun. Many thanks.

    LA
     
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    Call or write Larry Pylinski. He does a fantastic job on tournament guns, and really knows Brownings. He is a pleasure to do business with.

    His site is above.
     
  3. Porcupine

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    Geez .... I called one of the largest and best known gunsmiths in the Northeast and he wasn't interested in even looking at the shotgun (OK, he does mostly 1911-style pistols). So I call another somewhat local 'smith and he had never even heard of a Browning Broadway! Look, I know that a Browning Broadway is no pig in a poke, so someone hopefully here in ts.com land has done this, either pull to release or vice-versa?

    Anybody have any exploded views of the Broadway trigger group? If so, thanks and could you email to zzzlajtax at comcast dot netzzz (remove zzz's).

    Shooting Coach, I'm attempting to stay local for the time being, but thanks for the referral to Larry Pylinski. I may end up calling him.

    LA
     
  4. mixer

    mixer Well-Known Member

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    Contact Arts Gunshop. They are the Browning experts.



    Eric
     
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    mixer Well-Known Member

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    Corrected link above.


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