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WTB -- tm 1 flat spring pull trigger

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by dewman, Jun 30, 2010.

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    morning gents -- any body got one they want to sell --thanks --don weeks --817 -247 -5555
     
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    Just a Question about Perazzi triggers .

    Is the flat spring more of an early Perazzi trigger and most TM-1 and TMX triggers coil spring ??
     
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    Alf, you are correct most TMX/TM1 triggers have coil springs. I bought a McDaniels leaf spring release trigger made with factory Perazzi parts at the Grand in 2008. It is not for sale but Precision Triggers make a leaf spring trigger for the TM guns.
     
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    hi miketmx --tried to buy a precision trigger for the wifes tm 1 --jim coon could not get it in the receiver --so trying to find a perazzi trigger --thanks --don
     
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    Don I have a new Trigger (pull) out of a TMX . That and a very good release that will fit a TM1 OR TMX I guess the hook can be removed ??
     
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    ALF --is the pull trigger a flat or coil spring --thanks --don
     
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    Don they are both Coil spring . A Flat spring trigger is hard to find and realy I don,t know why anyone would be looking ? I see little wrong with the coil spring and have never had a problem with one . I do replace the spring once a year but it,s real cheap and takes little time to do .

    Let me look at the release trigger I have . If the hook is easy to remove I will see how it works and let you know .
     
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    The flat spring TM1's can easily be run safely at 1 1/2 lb pull wt. The change to a coil seems to have occured at about 1800 serial #. I honestly think they give a better feel than a coil. My IPSC guns of the 1911 pattern are all set to 1 1/4 to 2 lbs. They are so sweet & I have never had a hammer fall when it was not supposed to even running full tilt & moving around with the safety off.
     
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