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Win MDL 12 Timney Speed Lock Pull Trigger F/S SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by little gambler, Jun 12, 2011.

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  1. little gambler

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    Winchester MDL 12 Pull Timney Speed Lock trigger. 260.00 shipped to your door. This was dropped off in my hands from a member of the club, so I am posting for him. I know absolutley nothing about MDL 12 stuff....... that's his price, and he said it was a Timney. l.g.
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    Rick,
    You should try it in your perazzi,it may help you. Mark
     
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    Thanks Mark, always thinking of my I see.
     
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    Is there a 'Timney' reason why this trigger group has no safety? What I mean is, did the Timney conversion require that the manual safety be taken out, or was it taken out by a trap shooter who decided a safety wasn't necessary, or what?

    Just askin', thanks.

    LA in MA
     
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    Trigger is sold.

    LA MA, I have no idea why it has no saftey? Probably because that a saftey is worthless in shooting trap. I don't know anyone who would close their gun, then put the saftey on, then take it off to call. Just too much work to shoot a target X 100 times, X 3 events........Like I said "I'm just posting it for a club member" l.g.
     
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    Back in the 60's when Model 12's were most popular safeties were removed for two reasons. They're usless for trap and if the safety was on when a shooter called for a target the target was deemed "lost"-no FTF rule then!!
     
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