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walk8264

Registered: 02/17/10
Posts: 12
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Mr White,
 I received my frame back from you today. The work you did to that trigger is simply amazing. Its like a different rifle. I wasnt expecting you to finish with it for a while yet so I am still in awe of how fast you turned it around. I think total time away from the house was 8 days. I am sure I can find some more work for you as The Minister of Finance (wife) allows.
Thanks again and God Bless.
                                      Jeff
DAVIDWHITE

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Registered: 07/25/07
Posts: 3,846
Reply with quote  #2 
Jeff,

welcome to the forum and God Bless.

I'm glad you like the way your trigger turned out and you are more than welcome. Thank you for your business....

DAVID

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broomjm

Registered: 09/01/09
Posts: 141
Reply with quote  #3 
David,

Forgive me if this information is posted elsewhere on your site, but how much is a trigger job on an H&R?  I have one that I'm a little frustrated with because I get 3/4" groups...except for that one flier which I tell myself is caused, in part, by the creep in the trigger.  I'm pretty sure I need to send it to you so that can be fixed!  Then I'll have to use one of my other excuses. 

DAVIDWHITE

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H&R Trigger jobs are $75 and I pay the return shipping/insurance back out of that. All I need is the frame, no stock or barrel....

DAVID

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burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 59
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David,

        I have ?/thought .would it be to hard to make a stainless steel or

 

   aluminum trigger gard. brushed for s.s. guns, painted black for blued?

 

   I have never heard of one braking. I think it would look better.

 

   I like the plastic pivot point bushing just not the gard.

 

                                                                   Thanks


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DAVIDWHITE

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Reply with quote  #6 

Making an aluminum or stainless trigger guard would not be that difficult but, this is something I'm not willing to tackle because of the time involved in making one...

 

DAVID


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burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 59
Reply with quote  #7 

 thanks.  

      I understand its not cost effective to work 1/2 day(+retool) or more on a   gaurd.

 dont blame you one bit. good to know though.  

  

    thanks 


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blackelk

Registered: 08/03/07
Posts: 161
Reply with quote  #8 
I saw once that a gun smith in Mt. Home Id. made a steel trigger guard for the H&R.  He also made the metal pivot also.   He was on the web.....
Blackelk 
burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 59
Reply with quote  #9 

thank you, ill do some lookn around.


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blackelk

Registered: 08/03/07
Posts: 161
Reply with quote  #10 
If I remember it right it was Moyersgunrepair.com..... Hope it helps
Blackelk
burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 59
Reply with quote  #11 

Thanks Blackelk,

          That was just what I was looking for!  They had the trigger guard & pivot

bushing,and they come in satin blued,S.S.,and brass.


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