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    Boolit Buddy gavlan's Avatar
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    drop in trigger?

    Hi guy's .
    I'm in the process of putting some gear on an old ( was beat up,, no longer.) Argie 1891 and I have turned my attention to the trigger.
    My question for those who have been through this ,, or not , first of all do any of the after market trigger outfits make a drop in trigger for the 91 arg and if so which do y'all recommend ?.
    Second I don't mind a bit of home fitting for say a safety or the like , I was just curious to find out from those who have done something like this and how " easy was it ?

    Timney,, bold,, ect ,ect,whats the skinny?

    Thanks guy's and ladies , have a wonderful night.
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    M91-4-SP is the Timney model you need according to Brownells.
    Beware as there is a lot of misinfo out there re Mauser triggers! You might check Dayton Traister but the Timney Sportsman is great IMO/E on other Mausers!

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    Did a Timney drop in on a AR15 that was magnificent. Timney is excellent equipment.

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    Alright thankx fella's for the info , I thought there might be at least one place had what I needed.
    Tex, i'll look into the M91-4-SP from Brownells and see if it is compatable it certainly looks ( going by the item #'s ) it is.
    This will probably be my next buy after I mount my new Vortex on the rifle.
    Sparky I have heard good things about Timney Triggers from the reviews I've read, I'm hoping the side safety " some" of the triggers have aren't too much of a hassle to get fitted right , maybe a little relief cut in the stock ,,,, I hope ,,lol.

    I'm on it guy's wi;; keep ya posted when it happens but I stikk have to figure out how to size my pics so the forum will accept them they keep saying to big to fit , i'll get it sorted afore long .
    not computer savvy enough apparently ,,, .
    Have a good-un ,,, night.


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