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WTB KS-5 pull trigger

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by riss6270, Dec 5, 2010.

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  1. riss6270

    riss6270 TS Member

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    Anyone have a KS-5 factory pull trigger they would like to sell? If so please let me know how much and your location. Thanks
     
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    OK now I am confused to you just mean the actual trigger you pull or the all the parts that make up the trigger in the reciever.


    Herman63 from KY
     
  3. merlynstrapguns

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    Pull your stock off and see if a simple set-screw adjustment will change the trigger from release to pull.. Set screw is found in the bottom of the trigger itself. Most of the releases were made this way. One screw adjusts the over-travel and the other adjusts the release hook. I have seen unscrupulous dealers/smiths charge a lot of money for this simple adjustment. You're welcome.......merlyn
     
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    I have a part, that is off right now, that is used to make my KS-5 a release trigger. The previous owner said it is all I need make a release trigger which means just remove it and you have a pull trigger. I have the simple set screw trigger set up with the pin/sping preload/sear engagement adjustment and the also the over travel set screw as well. It's super simple but a very crisp trigger none the less. Good luck. Please PM me and I'll send some pics of the piece and my current trigger set up now. I have the receiver off for some restoration work so it wouldn't be a problem.
     
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    merlynstrapguns Well-Known Member

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    25 dead birds is also right. Some were made like that too.........m
     
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    ill have to take a look.
     
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    I thought the KS-5 triggers were set up so you could use either pull or release. If you have questions call Hal Dupont's shop and ask them, they should have the definitive answer specific to your gun.

    Good luck

    Brownk80
     
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    All you have to do is remove the release sear...thenyou have a pull trigger.

    Scott
     
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