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I am considering sending my K32 receiver Briley for there K80 trigger upgrade...
For the money it seems like a great deal!
Any opinions?
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Mike
 

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You could also try Allems gun craft in Pennsylvania they convert it to K-80 style and charge around $600. They are also a krieghoff dealer and service center they are krieghoff specialists.
 

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I've had Briley do 2 for me, turnaround on mine was much quicker than expected, Briley said the smith likes doing this particular job and gets to it right away.

Be aware that it is only the trigger blade, not the internals.

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I've had Briley do 2 for me, turnaround on mine was much quicker than expected, Briley said the smith likes doing this particular job and gets to it right away.

Be aware that it is only the trigger blade, not the internals.

Pat
thanx...
They told me it would take between 4 to 6 weeks to get mine done because I want to have the trigger guard gold nitrate plated to match the trigger.
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The $600 job includes changing the sear and trigger springs to coil from mousetrap, (true K80 style). As Pat says, the Briley job basically makes the trigger adjustable for and aft but uses the K 32 spring arrangement. Nice, more attractive than the straight K 32, feels nice but the main gain is changing the position of your middle finger in relation to the back of the trigger guard. (Reach). If your middle finger is getting banged up by the trigger guard on the K32 being able to set the trigger blade farther to the back may help that situation. It won't move far enough to really effect the Length of Pull on the gun. Gator.
 

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I am not doing nothing until the Southern Grand and the Florida State Shoot is over.
I am going to go the Briley rout.
Mike
 

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I did talk to Kerry Allor and he told me this is not a true K-80 trigger conversion. This conversion gives you adjustable front to back of the trigger shoe with a wider trigger but the mechanics are still a model 32. If you are using a release trigger this would probably be all you need for a very reasonable price.
 

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I replaced the model 32 trigger blade with an adjustable K80 trigger blade simply because I did not like the model 32 appearance. Krieghoff told me that the model 32 trigger is every bit as good as the K80 and no need to change unless you want an an adjustable or do not like the appearance of the 32.
 

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I replaced the model 32 trigger blade with an adjustable K80 trigger blade simply because I did not like the model 32 appearance. Krieghoff told me that the model 32 trigger is every bit as good as the K80 and no need to change unless you want an an adjustable or do not like the appearance of the 32.
In fact the shape of a model 32 trigger was DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A BETTER LET OFF THAN A CURVED TRIGGER.. Notice how it looks like an international rifle trigger
 

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just remember after you have briley machine your trigger assembly for their blade, you can't put a Krieghoff Trigger Blade on that,
 

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The poster says this is not about a Remington trigger. If you want to change your Remington trigger, call Briley or Krieghoff. I would like to know about changing a Remington trigger to a Krieghoff trigger myself.
 
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