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Thread: WIN 1894 double set trigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by OlDeuce View Post
    This is for sale on the bay LoL https://www.ebay.com/itm/Winchester-...IAAOSwu0hZc-PF

    For the price of $599 It would break the bank for a doodad but I think the price is right !!!!
    Ol Deuce

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    Is that fer sure a 76 trigger set ??? the mainspring looks like out of a 73 or 66 - is held with a screw ---I thought the 76 took a different mainspring - no screw but just slipped in that retainer notch on the rear tang - thought UIberti copied the original there ? if not then I am even more pissed of at them

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    the winchester double set was different
    Thanks for straightening out a double sets correct set. I appreciate knowing its opposite of what I thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by indian joe View Post
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    the winchester double set was different - if ya look close at the pics posted earlier ya notice there very little room between the two triggers - nobody gonna get a finger in there to pull it back - no - those ones hung close like that ya pushed forward on the rear trigger to set it then use the front trigger to fire - same action as a single set .. I never had one to play with and havent looked close enough at the parts drawing to figure this - but can you fire these guns without setting the trigger??? ... guess I am thinkin aboot that "oh ****e" moment in a bear charge or the likes...... ya know ... just before he takes the first bite ya realise ya just pumped five live rounds out cuz they wouldnt fire........................
    Yes and with not setting the trigger it's still nicer to pull than a regular old winchester trigger !!! They are a really nice feature to have as a option on the
    1894 ,,,,,,Way cool to shoot either way ....Ol Deuce
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    Quote Originally Posted by indian joe View Post
    Deuce
    Is that fer sure a 76 trigger set ??? the mainspring looks like out of a 73 or 66 - is held with a screw ---I thought the 76 took a different mainspring - no screw but just slipped in that retainer notch on the rear tang - thought UIberti copied the original there ? if not then I am even more pissed of at them
    Indian joe..... it does look correct to my eyes!.... and between the '73 to the '76 the big difference was the works in the frame!!!and the frame it self is larger ... Ol Deuce
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    Winchester set triggers come in three varieties: Single Set which is one blade that operates as a regular trigger unset or is set by pushing forward then back to fire. Close Coupled triggers have two blades very close together, the rear trigger sets the sear when pushed forward. Double Set have two triggers both of which are pulled, the rear blade sets the sear. Internally, the parts are almost identical for Close Coupled and Double Set, the Single Set uses a different knockoff and a different, lighter, knockoff spring. It all makes sense if you pull the bottom tang and play with the triggers but is practically black box magic until you do.
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    Indian joe my 76 is .40-60

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