I have an FN action that I am trying to find out more info on. FN action-made in belgium on the left side proof marks on the left side by the front ring no SN or other marks on the round part of the ring only other numbers are in front of the mag well on the flat behind the recoil lug, 699 verticle wing type safety bent, swept bolt that appears factory with a proof mark of some kind at the 90 deg mark no thumb slot cut out underside of bolt flattened and checkered now the wierd part The trigger is two parts, there is a part attached to the action and then sticks down about .700 from the bottom of the action. The other part is attached to the bottom metal with a pivot pin just in front of the trigger. The overall shape of the trigger is a 1.5" long J with the trigger shoe at one end and the other part runs almost to the back of the magazine box. That contacts the part from the bottom of the action to form the sear............ really wierd, to me at least. It looks like I can ditch the two piece setup and just replace the top part with a mauser timney trigger and be fine. I just didn't know what "make" of FN did the wierd stuff with the trigger. Thanks for any ID help.