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I shoot a Precision gold in my Perazzi, and when I had my K-32 it had Krieghoff releases. They were just as good as the Precision. I loved the K-triggers!

I honestly don't remember how much it cost for Krieghoff to do the releases. You can call the factory in Ottsville and ask.
 

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Allem's Roller Releases will likely be the most expensive but they are the smoothest releases out there and can be easily and frequently changed, both for release speed and reverting back to pull.

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Allems, Pennsylvania. One of the best releases made and no chance of over pull. New rollers give you 3 settings for speed. Great people to deal with. John has done 2 fo my kreighoffs and two brownings. I think there is no better. Mike Krokovic
 

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Check with Bill Gillette, he worked for Krieghoff and installs factory parts.
Just had him do my K80, $295.00 per trigger his phone is 863-446-2439. Located in Okeechobee, FL. Jim Faber
 

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I sent my gun to Krieghoff. I told the lady that I needed it back within ten days. It came back two days early. I think that the cost was about $400.00 per trigger. I could not have been happier.
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Marlette builds the best ones. The gunsmith that installs them is important. So go to the best trigger guy.
 

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Ernest Marlette K-80 release are best I have used, have had several others including factory. You can tell the difference immeadiatly.


http://www.rmclaysports.com/GUNSMITHING.html
 

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hi bubbaw, i am doing releases on k-80's. regular price is $300.00 per side plus shipping. i have them on sale now for $400.00 for a double release. this includes return shipping to the lower 48 states. i have phone #s for customers who have my releases in there k-80's if you would like to talk to some customers who have them. i bought out bruce bowen release trigggers and bruce still makes the parts for me. thank you doug hubbart, (573)286-9905. [email protected]
 
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