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Need Trigger and internal parts for BT-99

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Shoemaker, Dec 15, 2011.

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  1. Shoemaker

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    I have a Browning BT-99 with release trigger and want to restore it to a pull trigger for use in youth program. I am of the understanding that I will need the trigger and internal internal trigger parts to restore the pull trigger. I am in hopes that someone has had a release trigger installed in their BT-99 and has the original trigger and parts left over that they are willing to part with.
    Thanks.
     
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    I have them will look for them today sure do not know value find out and make an offer Buddy
     
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    Shoemaker, A LOT Of The Release Trigger's In BT-99 Are A Simple "Hook" That Catches On A Pin On The Hammer. Remove The Stock And look for a "Hook". If There Remove And You are Back To A "Pull" Trigger. Just saying. Joe Whitehurst
     
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    Shoemaker, A LOT Of The Gunsmith's Use A Very Simple method For BT-99 Release Trigger's. Remove The Stock And See If There Is A "Hook" Screwed To The Side Of The Receiver That "Catches" A Pin On The Hammer. If This Is The Way Yours Is, emove "Hook" And You Are Back To A Pull Trigger. Just Saying. Joe Whitehurst
     
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    Sorry About Two Times!!!!! release Trigger!! Joe W.
     
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    I picked up the gun today. Will remove the stock and take some pictures and post them. The trigger in the gun is not the original and it sets almost like a two stage trigger so do not believe its a hook, but have not looked. Thanks for the help though.
     
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    Do not have pictures yet, but have the gun broke down. The release trigger is really set-up nicely and good craftsmanship. Internally the trigger has "spears" written on it so believe it is from Spears Gun Shop in Abbyville, KS.
    This is not a release trigger where I can simply release the hook and revert back to a pull trigger.
     
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