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#5743486 - 05/14/15 08:53 AM Wtb factory m77 trigger assembly
Jgotro Offline
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Registered: 01/12/12
Posts: 421
Loc: Ingleside , Tx
Anyone?

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#5743497 - 05/14/15 09:00 AM Re: Wtb factory m77 trigger assembly [Re: Jgotro]
deewayne2003 Offline


Registered: 03/19/09
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If you looking to replace the entire trigger assembly I would contact Ruger; I had a HORRIBLE experience with a "gunsmith" in McKinney that installed a Timney trigger on my M77MKII and he screwed it up so badly that the rifle would fire when you flipped the safety off.

I called up Ruger and was shocked when they told me.....

"In the interest of keeping your rifle safe, please send us the rifle and we will replace the trigger assembly back to original condition."

Even more surprising was they did it and only charged me shipping!

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#5744320 - 05/14/15 06:34 PM Re: Wtb factory m77 trigger assembly [Re: Jgotro]
JimTX Offline
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Registered: 06/03/07
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Jgotro. Your mailbox is full.

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#5744333 - 05/14/15 06:46 PM Re: Wtb factory m77 trigger assembly [Re: Jgotro]
Jgotro Offline
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Mailbox emptied , sorry bout that

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