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non selective triggers ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Crunch, Oct 30, 2012.

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  1. Crunch

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    Can all current Perazzi non-selective triggers be changed internally to change the barrel shooting sequence?
     
  2. Ajax

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    The answer to your question is yes. But I'm not sure the question, as asked, is what you want to know.

    The tree can be changed and that will reverse the firing order. Until the tree is changed back.

    An internal selector can be installed to change(by a push of the slide) the firing order. Then drop the trigger out again and push the slide and it reverses the order back.

    I'm not sure on the coil springs models.

    Ajax
     
  3. Crunch

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    Yes, that is what I needed to know. Thanks. However, that raises a few more questions regarding the "tree". What is it? and how difficult is it to change? Can it be changed without tools?
    Where can "internal slides" be purchased? Does installation required a gunsmith? Thanks up front for the help. Crunch
     
  4. Steve W

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    Yes, firing order can be changed with a different "tree". (require fitting)

    Or, you can convert your trigger to internal selective with a $250 kit, plus fitting cost.

    OR, you can PM me if you want to trade your trigger.

    This is what a "tree" look like,
    stevew_2008_0303142.jpg


    You'll have to disassemble trigger group to change and fit the "tree". For sure.
     
  5. Bill Hom

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    It is my understanding that some of the older triggers such as the one in my Comp1,the internal selector parts will not fit. Am I wrong? Bill Hom
     
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