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WTB: Long tang Superposed trigger guard

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by gun1357, Jul 27, 2010.

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    I want to add some up-graded wood to a '67 Broadway but it has been inletted for the long tang. Does anyone have one laying in a drawer out there? Ron Renouf
     
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    I found one for "mechanical" triggers but don't know what the difference might be. Ron
     
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    The mechanical trigger guard is only slightly different than the earlier inertia trigger guns in that at the front of the guard where it is closest to the trigger it is slightly longer to the rear, extending toward the trigger a little more where it is at the action. Seems like it is about .030" longer there (from the half-turn joint that attaches it to the action). I use them and just mill off what is in the way of the trigger, you could do it with a file. When you have one in hand you can see what I am trying to explain quite easily. On the mechanical trigger the forward movement is stopped by that portion of the guard, which isn't the case with the inertia trigger. Regards, John Hancock
     
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    Thanks John. That is good to know. Ron
     
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