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Where do you get bolt on trigger shoes

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by smoke-um, May 22, 2012.

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  1. smoke-um

    smoke-um Active Member

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    Where can i get the larger bolt on trigger shoes for 1100 ?
     
  2. dgh

    dgh Well-Known Member

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    at a decent price?
     
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    Try Brownell's or Midway
     
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    Google Tyler T grips or tyler mfg. Good people to deal with and good product.Oh, and they don't use bolts to hold them on.

    Steve E.
     
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    Google Tyler T grips or tyler mfg. Good people to deal with and good product.

    Steve E.
     
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    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    Several years ago, I heard that trigger shoes were no longer legal to make and when the existing inventory of them was exhausted, there would be no more.

    Ed
     
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    Angleport
     
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    "No longer legal to make"???? LOL


    http://www.angleport.com/triggershoes.asp?C=348999
     
  9. dgh

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    good price but no listing for Remington on angleport website ??
     
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    Just order one from Midwest Gun Works, they are the Ballistic Specialties trigger shoes.
     
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    Tyler mfg out of Oklahoma.I bought one for my 870 and 1100 and they work great.Cheaper than than other brand names.Check them out.
     
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    Hey, laugh if you want but I was told by two custom rifle builders that legislation was being voted upon to outlaw them for being a safety hazard.

    Ed
     
  13. smokinbuck

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    Smoke-um,
    I have 2 shoes on my bench that are not being used. I don't know what they will fit but they are marked: 15 ace and E6-P. The ace is considerably larger than the other. If you, or anyone else, can use them I will ship them both for $25.
    Mark
     
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    Ed, you're right;no laughing matter. I was told the same thing some years ago. Shortly after that you could buy them for a little bit of nothing at gun shows. Don't know what ever happened, but they are still being produced and sold. Liability issue or something I believe.

    Steve
     
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