Timney or Rifle Basix ?

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    Timney or Rifle Basix ?

    My 260 Rem project is going to need a better trigger than what the Yugoslavs installed in the M48 origionally. I'm open to suggestion,but Timney and Rifle Basix were the first two to come to mind.Any help would be appreciated.


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    Use bold or timney either one depending only on what i have on hand. Both have proven to be reliable, and very good quality
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    Neither.

    I would send the rifle to Mr. Lammers and I'd have him tune the trigger. Mauser triggers can be civilized, but it takes skill to do so.

    Mr. Lammers has the skill and were I in your shoes, I'd send him the rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madgunsmith
    Neither.

    I would send the rifle to Mr. Lammers and I'd have him tune the trigger. Mauser triggers can be civilized, but it takes skill to do so.

    Mr. Lammers has the skill and were I in your shoes, I'd send him the rifle.

    Mad.
    I agree. Mark Lammers is a Mauser guru, and did a wonderful trigger job on the LOSOK Mauser he built for my wife.

    Timney triggers are also very nice. I have one on my Zulu 63 that I'm very impressed with.
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    Thanks, folks. I plan to send the action to be trued,barreled, and drilled and tapped for scope by LOSOK anyway. Perhaps I'll just have him do the trigger as well.


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