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Release trigger for BT-99

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Hinkton, May 9, 2008.

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  1. Hinkton

    Hinkton TS Member

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    Who builds a release trigger for a BT-99? Hank
     
  2. JBrooks

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    Spears Gun Shop in Kansas. $265.00 and it is a sweet trigger. 620-286-5671
     
  3. bill1949

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    I'll second Spears...Bill
     
  4. oleolliedawg

    oleolliedawg Banned User Banned TS Supporters

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    Spears!!
     
  5. WarEagle2017

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    I have heard that spears triggers are good buy My vote is for Phillip Crenwelge, Spears are held in place by Loc-tight and a screw, Phillips are soldered or welded in and are guarenteed, I had Phillip do a BT100 for me at the Grand also a 3200, just last week I sent him a 682 Beretta from MD. to WI and had it back the following Monday thats sent 05/01/08 send Back 05/05/08 FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP not to mention the First class Shipping <a href="http://s108
     
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    a href="http://s108.photobucket.com/albums/n37/drhuner/?action=view&current=Phillips-1.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>
     
  7. JBrooks

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    Too bad they didn't learn him how to spell college.
     
  8. furface

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    My Spears is machined steel with the sear on top, no screw or locktite. Are you sure your not talking about a Allum?? Spears triggers are very good and Darrell Johnson is great guy to do business with. Joe
     
  9. WarEagle2017

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    Yes I am sure I called Spears two weeks ago and asked them, they told me that they use a screw and loktite, and if you want to remove the Hook some times you have to heat it with a torch to free up the locktite, although I was asking about a 682 Beretta, maybe they do a BT 99 different, also they said I had to send them the reciever and the butt stock, Phillip Crenwelge only need the reciever....
     
  10. Easystreet

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    Spears did the double release triggers on my Browning 525 Sporting and some other guns. A few months ago I removed both of the release hooks on the 525 just for curiosity sake. NEITHER of the screws required any heating to remove. Both screws came out just as easy as could be and went back in just as easy.

    My guess is that the reason he said he used epoxy on the Beretta is because of the different internal design. If the screw accidentally backs out on the Beretta O/U, it MIGHT cause some problems. On the other hand, there is no way the screw could back out on the Browning O/U due to the design.

    Don't assume that because something may be true in one case that it is automatically true in ALL cases.

    Easystreet
     
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