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WTB PRECISION TRIGGER

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by KEYBEAR, Feb 4, 2008.

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  1. KEYBEAR

    KEYBEAR Active Member

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    I need a Precision Trigger must be release/release or release/pull . I,m paying top dollar (1,000.00) for a nice trigger . Please E-MAIL only
     
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    Zar I shoot an unsingle so bottom first .
     
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    Good luck pal, one k for a 1.7k trigger. ya gotta be kidding. Ben
     
  6. KEYBEAR

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    Ben Thank You . PAL

    PS. I do hope you sell yours .
     
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    Alf, your statement "I'm paying top dollar...$1000", is a bit off. That's not top dollar. But if you can buy one for that, more power to you.
     
  8. KEYBEAR

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    hairy Maybe but Maybe not . Call Precision and ask them how much to work on a trigger you bougth used I did . If you buy a use Precision Trigger it,s $200.00 first then what ever it takes to do the work . A used trigger can turn into way more then a new trigger fast .
     
  9. hairy

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    I agree 100% ALF. I bought a used one about Thanksgiving time and it was the configuration I wanted...double release, bottom-top. I wanted to get the "set-back" feature on the trigger, but I would have been better off just getting a new one. Had Pat Laib do the work instead.
     
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    The secret to that, pal, is to buy what you want to begin with. I wouldn't buy a trigger that I didn't try out first. All it would cost would be the shipping and you still save several hundred bucks. FD
     
  11. KEYBEAR

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    FarmerD fIRST I,m not your pal Second no I,m not going to buy your trigger .

    I guess my first offer was to low so I,m uping it to $1,010.00
     
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