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walk8264

Registered: 02/17/10
Posts: 12
Reply with quote  #1 
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: 07/26/07
Posts: 3,632
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
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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Registered: 07/26/07
Posts: 3,632
Reply with quote  #4 
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
burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 56
Reply with quote  #5 

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

DAVIDWHITE

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Registered: 07/26/07
Posts: 3,632
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

burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 56
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 

blackelk

Registered: 08/04/07
Posts: 158
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: 56
Reply with quote  #9 

thank you, ill do some lookn around.

blackelk

Registered: 08/04/07
Posts: 158
Reply with quote  #10 
If I remember it right it was Moyersgunrepair.com..... Hope it helps
Blackelk
burro

Registered: 01/11/12
Posts: 56
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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