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Old 11-27-2013, 12:06 AM   #1
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Default Savage trigger guard issue with Choate tactical stock

So guys here's the story....Really need some input and help with this one. I'm in the process of modifying a savage rifle. Stock, trigger, barrel, etc. I ordered a Choate tactical stock and received it with a plastic trigger guard. Didn't care much for plastic so I ordered a steel one from Midway. Upon receiving the new guard, I noticed it was the "old" style trigger guard. Much different from the "new" style guard that came with the Choate stock. So my question is where can I find the new style trigger guard in steel or aluminum? Ive called Choate and was told they get them from Savage. Called Savage today and the lady I spoke to in parts was not much help and clueless to say the least. Help me out fellow ftf! Below is the picture of the 2 different styles I'm discussing



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Check on Midway USA,and Brownells. You can also try Northland Shooters Supply,Jim Briggs may carry them.

Gun Shack has them in stock!

http://www.gunshack.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=25&product_id=74

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Usually the woman in the Savage parts department is pretty knowledgeable and helpful. Maybe new help.

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Thanks tx. But I should have clarified on the picture more. The two guards on the right are parts that everyone carrys. The trigger guard on the left is what came with the Choate stock. The left pic is the style I'm looking for but in steel or aluminum. Left pic is supposebly from what I read the "new" style that Savage changed to in 2009...

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Where do you find this new style trigger guard in metal?

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