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Old 11-14-2009, 12:22 AM   #21
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I sent it out today. I had some time this afternoon and decided to get it gone.
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I'm convinced..!! Bear, I sent you a PM

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Another happy customer, got mine back from Bear today. I hope to take it out to the range in the next week or so.
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two questions...?

does this sale or offer carry over into 2010?

do you do any similar work on marlin 60's or 795's?

I read your old post on that squirrel gun you customized....how awesome!
(117 kills, no wonder they're moving up here into the city )

anyway...considering a competitor for my cz452, and i'm thinking a 10/22 NIB would have to go straight to you for the trigger work if it were actually going to be competitive with the CZ....plus i want a small caliber rifle i can begin to learn how to work on myself somewhat, part of the reason that brought me to consider the 10/22 and marlin for a 2nd .22 (also wanted a .22 with open sights)
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It's a standing offer. All you send me is the trigger housing assembly. Just pop 2 pins to remove it. Right now the only thing I'm doing through the mail are 10/22 trigger groups. Just pm me for my shipping address. The nice thing about 10/22s is they are the .22lr version of ARs-you can easily modify them from mild to wild.

By the way-if I do your trigger group and you have any problems with it-I automatically stand behind it-that goes for anybody I've done work for of course.
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Mine is in Bear's capable hands right now!
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I have two 10/22's, both are stock for the most part, except one has a Bear trigger job. Trust me, the second trigger group is going to Bear very soon.
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okay, cool! thanks...i'll send ya a pm as soon as I'm ready to get it packaged up and sent off...
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Just got my Bear triggered 10/22 outside today. What a difference. Thanks, Bear!
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