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    Default BLR trigger work

    I'd be interested once again to own another BLR and preferably in the .358 Winchester but I don't like them trigger slop of the Browning lever guns. Does anybody here in our state replaces them out right by building a good trigger along with springs? I've even considered a BLR in a 9.3x62 but don't know who would do this.
    Now that I own a lil' 87' Yota here, figure a short levergun would fit racked up alongside the cab back window. just an excuse to get another rifle......pure loonee-ism behaviour.
    Last edited by grizz106; 11-28-2011 at 11:57. Reason: writing error

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    We built BLRs in 416 and 375 Ruger, but not a real lot yopu can do with the triggers...make em somewhat nice but it isnt going to be match grade

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    What grade IS "match grade"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunbugs View Post
    What grade IS "match grade"?

    Like the way the Kid sets a Remington trigger, or the trigger on a Blaser.....

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