speed lock fireing pin's

Discussion in 'Equipment Discussions' started by buzzard, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. buzzard

    buzzard Member

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    speed lock fireing pin\'s

    I have a rem 700 and want to inprove accuracy will a speed lock fireing pin help. I just finshed a Tubb's final finsh on a rem 7400 and was inpresed surnk My grop by over and inch by the way I decopperd every three shots to keep from laping copper
     
  2. Jimm

    Jimm Writers Guild

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    Re: speed lock fireing pin\'s

    Hey Buzz,

    I missed this post but responded to your email .

    Rather than rehash what I have already said in the email I will bump this back to top to let those that have tried or are using the speedlock pin and spring .

    C'mon folks , talk to Buzz here .

    Jim B.
     

  3. James Jones

    James Jones Well-Known Member

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    Re: speed lock fireing pin\'s

    I'm not gonna put any money on it but I replace all my factory firing pins with the ones that Greg Tannel makes which are lightened with heavier spring to shorten lock time.
    I did put a Tubbs pin kit in a Savage after it came back from Kevin Rayhill for truing and timing , the gun shot alot better when I got it back but their was alot of other stuff done to it other than the pin.

    I'm sure it can't hurt.