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colmustard 09-07-2011 08:07 AM

marlin trigger flop?
 
So I have had my marlin 30-30 for many years, (fantastic rifle), but I have a question, when I cock the action and chamber a round, the trigger gets really loose. Like it is just dangling there. I never had a misfire due to this, but was just wondering if its normal. Thanks for any reply.

c3shooter 09-08-2011 01:42 AM

Normal state for Marlin lever actions, due to the two piece trigger/sear.

There are aftermarket one piece triggers that will prevent that, but it is pretty normal in the 336 family of rifles. And harmless.

No comments about Viagra, now...........

colmustard 09-10-2011 06:49 PM

Thank you c3. I am happy now knowing my hunting buddy is ok


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