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jeepster69 12-01-2011 01:58 AM

single shot rifle trigger upgrade?
 
hello all! was wondering if anyone knew of a trigger upgrade for a single shot rifle, other than having a gunsmith work it over?

Muliemaster 12-01-2011 03:12 AM

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Originally Posted by jeepster69
hello all! was wondering if anyone knew of a trigger upgrade for a single shot rifle, other than having a gunsmith work it over?

Huhhh???? How about gun make an caliber. No provided info to help u with sorry

jeepster69 12-01-2011 04:23 AM

looking at a NEF,Rossi or an H&R in a 223, the triggers arent the best and I cant seem to find anything about a dropin or aftermarket trigger for any of them,srry for no info, i guess that wouldve helped huh?;)

Muliemaster 12-01-2011 04:56 AM

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Originally Posted by jeepster69
looking at a NEF,Rossi or an H&R in a 223, the triggers arent the best and I cant seem to find anything about a dropin or aftermarket trigger for any of them,srry for no info, i guess that wouldve helped huh?;)

Ok h&f an nef are the same company bought by marlin an now remington a smith can do a good trigger job on them ,also h&r will do it for free, if u ask just send it in for the barrel add on program, barrels are cheap to add to yer frame go online to h&r 1871 its under customer support many calibers to choose from also muzzleloader an shotgun barrels an they are cheap way to own multi guns with 1 frame. Dont listen to the bs that h&r rifles are junk, they are good single **** guns an are plenty accurate for hunting

Muliemaster 12-01-2011 05:01 AM

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Originally Posted by jeepster69
looking at a NEF,Rossi or an H&R in a 223, the triggers arent the best and I cant seem to find anything about a dropin or aftermarket trigger for any of them,srry for no info, i guess that wouldve helped huh?;)

By they way if u are able to do any gun work yourself u can make the triggers very good by a lil sanding an spring work but, an I say but, dont do it if u feel unsure for any reason that u are not able to. A bad trigger job can cause serious problems with the gun makin it unsafe to shoot can even cause severe injury to u dont risk it

jeepster69 12-01-2011 05:07 AM

great info! thanks much!

Muliemaster 12-01-2011 05:19 AM

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Originally Posted by jeepster69
great info! thanks much!

U are very welcome be sure to go online an visit the h&r 1871 website the have tons of info for u also just ask for a trigger job its free from them it will be right at 2.5 to 3 pounds just right for hunting


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