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Have for sale a Rem. pull trigger assembly with a Timney Speedlock hammer installed.

The hammer rests in the cocked position about a third of the way forward in its travel path, as opposed to the normal Rem. hammer.

This lessens how far the hammer has to travel and speeds up the lock time.

I bought this assembly years ago at the Grand and installed it in a ll00 that I had built up. I did notice that I seemed to take fewer pieces off the back end of targets than I had previously.

I have sold the 1100 and have not current use for the trigger assembly.
I want to be clear, this is not a complete Timney trigger assembly.
It is a standard Rem. assembly with the Timney Speedlock hammer.

This triger assembly makes the 1100 a single shooter.

I showed the trigger to Stu Wright, Tues at the Grand and asked him what I actually had as I did not want to misrepresent it.

I don't have any pictures at present.

Please PM me if you are interested. The trigger was working when I removed it from the gun.

The price is $125.00 plus shipping, for a piece of history.

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Why is this a single shot? I've used the speedlock hammer on 1100 triggers in the past and they operated the same as the regular triggers.
 

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dickgtax,

It has been quite some time since I shot the 1100 with the speedlock hammer and it is my recollection that it only functioned at a single shot.

I may be mistaken, and I have sold the 1100 so can not confirm if I am mistaken or not.

I figured it was because the hammer was in about a 3.00 oclock position when it was cocked.

you have gotten me wondering .

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