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Trigger Job by TriggerWork.Com

Discussion in 'The Browning Hi Power Club' started by Retired Squid, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. Retired Squid

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    Bill did an excellent trigger job and mag safety removal, did away with overtravel and about 1/2 the take-up is gone and it now has about 4 to 4.5 lb trigger and no creep and a very clean 1911 type break. The price is so cheap that I sent a few extra bucks to cover the S&I for return.

    TriggerWork.com

    I plan on sending him some more work towards end of summer.
     
  2. I'd be interested to see the internals of your gun, if your comfortable detail stripping it. I'm wondering how he did his over-travel adjustment, if it's similar to mine. I've looked around for someone who did trigger work like this to the hi-power, never seem much of it.
     


  3. Retired Squid

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    No I don't have enough hands and fingers, what ones I have are too arthritic to mess with a HP trigger system. :crying:
     
  4. ca survivor

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    :rofl:
     
  5. Retired Squid

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    Laugh while you can, odds are good you will have same problem one day. About half the joints in my hands are twice the size they were 25 years ago, consider it a good day when I can shoot 50 rounds of 9mm, 10mm automatic's fired at gun club before hands make me quit. :crying:
     
  6. Poohgyrr

    Poohgyrr trout fear me!

    Thanks for the information and link. And yes - life experiences and age leave their marks on all of us....
     
  7. bac1023

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    Thanks for the info.
     
  8. Retired Squid

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    I have a couple of other guns I'm going to send him this fall.

    Also found a guy who will make G10 grips under $50 for the HP. I'm sending him my grips today and when I get them back will take pictures and post with his info.
     
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  9. Retired Squid

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    Hey looks like I had a senior moment, I typed in G10 grips for some reason. I have only ever seen one G10 I liked, but $200 would been better spent on wood and ammo.

    They are a Copper composite, Imitation Mother of Pearl and drop dead beautiful. Remember my P-35 is not a carry gun.

    Here is my FNH I use for carry, a FNH HP-DAc 9x19 DA/SA no mag safety can be changed easy for user. Only imported in 2001, and not imported by FNH-USA. Extremely accurate, excellent trigger, with alloy frame. Nothing like second or third strike if one doesn't pop the first time for some reason.

    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2012
  10. Retired Squid

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  11. Retired Squid

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    Man that's weird, it's right side up at Photobucket but not here???

    Gun in question, Capitan with very low round count.

    [​IMG]
     
  12. Teej

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    But what did you do this trigger job on??????
     
  13. Retired Squid

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    The gun in question above...the Capitan.

    Hey the picture is right side up now. What did that I wonder.
     
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2012