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    Trigger Assembly ID help

    Can one of you gentlemen or gentle ladies help me ID this trigger assembly? There are two of them in the PIF Swap Box, and Iím trying to help the next recipient. Thank you. Jim

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    Not sure but the long bar makes me suspect it came out of a bull pup design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petrol & Powder View Post
    Not sure but the long bar makes me suspect it came out of a bull pup design.
    Interesting, I wonder if the trigger is installed backwards on both triggers then?

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    It kind of looks like an operating rod for some semiauto something.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    It kind of looks like an operating rod for some semiauto something.....
    That's a possibility

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    I don't see it being a trigger.

    Looks more like a bull pup design charging handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    It kind of looks like an operating rod for some semiauto something.....
    If it helps, one of the triggers/cocking handles is chromed and the other appears parkerized. Seems to be an adjustment screw on it, but what do I know.

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    Looks to be off a Rem Xp-100. Trigger itself looks aftermarket, but the bar looks to be stock XP

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    I'm not convinced those parts are assembled correctly. That trigger may be attached to that bar backwards.

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    Jkrem, look at post #155 on the PIF box thread. Moderator "Pressman" is who put those triggers in the box and stated they are Savage Striker triggers, I posted thats what they were just below your post asking about them in the pif thread.
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    Roy, thank you for pointing this out. I will update the list accordingly. I thought it would be helpful for folks to know.

    Quote Originally Posted by RoyEllis View Post
    Jkrem, look at post #155 on the PIF box thread. Moderator "Pressman" is who put those triggers in the box and stated they are Savage Striker triggers, I posted thats what they were just below your post asking about them in the pif thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockrat View Post
    Looks to be off a Rem Xp-100. Trigger itself looks aftermarket, but the bar looks to be stock XP
    I agree

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    Yes, they are Savage Striker. 20 years ago I converted two Strikers to rear grip stocks and these became surplus.
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