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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by kgun_shooter, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. kgun_shooter

    kgun_shooter Member

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    I currently shoot a Kolar and love the gun but the trigger seems too skinny for me, I don't get a good feel on the trigger while shooting. I really like th beretta style trigger that is real wide. Is there someone out there that makes an attachment that will go over the existing trigger to make it wider?
     
  2. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Click the link above. They make trigger shoes to fit each particular trigger of the various manufactures. They used to make them for Krieghoffs but they may have to substitute one out. I have the same problem with my KS-5. Finger actually hurts after 100 rounds. Jon
     
  3. Cheetah

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    Kgun,
    Call Kolar they have factory triggers as an acc.that are wider than the standard.

    Hope this helps !!

    Harold
     
  4. vpr80

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    Speaking of triggers, does anyone know if Perazzi makes any wide width blades than can be replaced instead of using a trigger shoe?
     
  5. Trap2

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    vpr80... Yes, they did make wider triggers. I had the same problem. Found that the older MX3 had a gold, wide trigger. Got one and built a release for my MX3 Special.... They are available and will fit any drop out trigger Perazzi... Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
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    Dan, any ideas on where or how I go about obtaining one? I have a really good P4 trigger that I like except the narrow blade.
     
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    vpr80... I would try Giacomo, in New York, or Perazzi USA in California. You might try Whiz White. Maybe he, or Marcello, will have one...... I bought an entire trigger just to get the wider trigger, and had it converted to double release..... Dan
     
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    vpr80... Look in the For Sale section of this site. Mike Mann has a MX3 trigger for sale that has the wide trigger in it........ Dan
     
  9. vpr80

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    I see it, but I doesn't look much wider than what I have now. I was hoping for something wide and flat. Kind of like the Browning ones.
     
  10. slic lee

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    Just an idea, take off your trigger, go to a gunsmith, a real one that has machines, equipment and so on, tell him about the shape you want first, then maybe the thickness or shape and the finish, maybe that will be better instead of buying and changing, this way you get exactly what you want. Lee who has one like that, besides that he also makes up special tools for surgeons.
     
  11. oleolliedawg

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    Norbert Haussman made one for me. Awesome, unfortunately it was for a K-80!!
     
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