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Old 04-30-2011, 08:12 AM
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Brand new Jewell trigger

I have a brand new jewell trigger that was never mounted and I changed my mind and going with a different build. Its the top safety and bottom bolt release. For a remington $220 shipped SPF

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Old 04-30-2011, 04:41 PM
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Re: Brand new Jewell trigger

I will likely take this off your hands. Got some questions.

Assuming you have the two extra weight of pull springs that they sometimes come with? What side is the safety on? assuming Bolt Release is on left side, and Safety on the right?

Just ordered a Remmy VTR in 204 Ruger for spotlighting varmints. I am assuming that it utilizes a bottom bolt release/top safety, but it's not in my hands yet.

I'll try calling the dealer and see what I can find out.

I will post back what I find.

Definately interested at the moment. Please hold till we can talk more if you wouldn't mind.

Thanks.

Just talked with them, they tell me that the rifle has bottom bolt release and safety is on the right hand side. If that's how the trigger is, I will take it.
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