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Chief cook and bottle washer
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Traded for a old rebarreled 30-06 ‘98 Mauser, only guessing that it’s a large ring. Love the gun it gives me something to tinker with but the trigger is just horrible, 3/4 of a Mile I’m pulling to take up the slack!
Been looking at a timney assembly thats about $80 on eBay.
Anybody got any suggestions?
 

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Have used a lot of Timney triggers thru the years and have found them to be good and easily adjustable. The only thing I don't like about them is that they were around $20 when I started using them! :eek:
 

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Chief cook and bottle washer
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The top one is a Dayton traistor 3.5lb military trigger
The bold with side safety
And timney sportsman
I also have a husky ( says Smith&Wesson) that has a trigger assembly that looks a lot like that bold one now it’s totally Opposite of the Mauser , no creep and boom!
Are these assemblies easy replaceable for a pre novice ?
 

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Yeah just make sure you have solid place to work/support the rifle to drive the pins out, keep your eyes on springs and pins. Also wear safety glasses just in case.
 

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The top one is a Dayton traistor 3.5lb military trigger
The bold with side safety
And timney sportsman
of the Mauser or the husky?
Just looked back here at the deer camp if I’m lucky I’ll post you some tomorrow night.
 
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