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Old 03-07-2008, 01:57 PM
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Barrel, action and trigger manufacturers and related info

If you find a broken or inoperative like please let us know. If you have a link you'd like to have added, please let us know.
  • Web sites for barrel manufacturers

  • Web sites for barrel manufacturers

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Re: Barrel, action and trigger manufacturers and related info

Tony:

I moved your post to Re: Barrel, action and trigger manufacturers and related info since you'll get more responses over there.
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abs barrels did not work for me.
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Dick
Thank you for the move I have already gotten two replys !!!! Once agine thanks
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Re: Barrel, action and trigger manufacturers and related info

What about Jewell triggers?
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rem300ultra
jewel triggers are top of the line for drop ins !!!! But as i have said befor i am stuck on the savage trigger . First they are the safest trigger out there !!!! Second they are very easy to adjust . Third they are as smooth as they come little to no take up after the safety is taken in !!!!! and fourth they come standered on the action i am going to use on my build ! But as i said jewel triggers are great also timmney triggers are great too !!!!
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Re: Barrel, action and trigger manufacturers and related info

Sorry. I wasn,t questioning your trigger choice. I was asking Admin. about adding Jewell triggers to their list of barrel's, action's and triggers.
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