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Timney Trigger for Mauser K98?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by twoblink, Oct 7, 2008.

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  1. twoblink

    twoblink Member

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    Anybody have a Timney Trigger for a Mauser K98 on their rifle?

    If so, can you give a quick review and perhaps a photo?

    Thanks!
     
  2. unlearned69

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    I can't provide a pic, becaause I'm not at home, but the trigger is wonderful. Mine is set to have essentially no take up, minimal overtravel, and surprises me nearly everytime it lets go. It is mandatory in my opinion to the making of a nice hunting/competition mauser. You will not be disappointed. As an added benefit, Timney makes a model with a safety incorporated for those who do not want to change out the bolt safety for a low throw model. I don't have this particular one, but I've heard nothing but good about them.
     
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    Great triggers, not much cash, easy to install. I've got a couple on M98's. GREAT improvement.
     
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    Great Trigger for the Price!

    I don't have a pic either, but I put one in my M98 and never looked back. :D

    Very nice trigger, good instructions for installation and adjustment, drop-in fit, no gunsmithing. I have mine adjusted to a bit over two pounds, and it makes a world of difference. You do have to decide about the safety - whether you want to keep the 'flip over' military job or get the trigger with integral safety (they are both fine - but get the one with a safety if you have any intention of using a scope).

    There are better triggers out there. Most of them are way, way more expensive. If you just want to put a few bucks into your relic Mauser, go with Timney.
     
  5. MMCSRET

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    Timney is great and Bold is also. When I need a trigger I buy which ever is on sale.
     
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