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AntiqueDr
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(5/25/02 12:53:51 pm)
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Boyd's BOLD Aftermarket Rifle Trigger
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Just got through fitting one of these to a 98 Mauser, had never worked with this brand before.

It has the side safety and is fully adjustable, even though Boyd's sets them at 3# and lacquers the adjustment nuts. The safety sits a little further out from the body than the Timney Featherweight but is still within reason. Easily inletted.

At 2/3 the price of the Timney FW-D this trigger is a winner!


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Smoky14
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(5/25/02 12:58:15 pm)
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Thanks for the tip Doc. I've been putting off a mauser project for some time now. I just don't know where to start. Any hints would be appreciated.

AntiqueDr
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(5/25/02 2:19:43 pm)
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Re: Boyd's BOLD Aftermarket Rifle Trigger
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The starting point is to decide what you want to do with the rifle. Caliber change? How much money do you want to spend? Do you want a do-it-yourself project or will you be sending it out for the big stuff? Do you want the finished project to be an exhibition piece or a utilitarian hunting rifle?


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kdub01
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(5/25/02 7:39:38 pm)
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You're so right, Doc!

Got one of them and slapped in into a Swede '38 action. I've got a couple of Timminy's and a few Dayton-Traister's. The Bold is by far the best aftermarket trigger assembly for the buck!
 
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