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Old 04-20-2017, 11:20 AM
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I recently bought a spare for my 144LSB, the Numerich item was brand new. A seller on Gun Broker has some NOS 44US triggers, I was happy with the one he sent me. Wisners for firing pins.
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Old 04-20-2017, 11:32 AM
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just looked also. It shows using the same trigger (R-571) on all the 140 Series rifles.

That's what I'd think!

The OP should take a chance,order one from Numrich!
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I can't figure it out!

I ordered a replacement trigger. When it arrived, the replacement was exactly the same as the one on the rifle. I sent it back.

It may be the trigger guard has shrunk. I will check it.
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I ordered a replacement trigger. When it arrived, the replacement was exactly the same as the one on the rifle. I sent it back.

It may be the trigger guard has shrunk. I will check it.

I looked at your picture again............? Most of the time they wouldn't shrink that much?

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Could it have been trimmed to put a "trigger shoe" on it? Sometimes a trigger is curved too much for it to fit the contour of the mounting groove in the "shoe" Another thought, is the trigger guard starting to warp away from the stock groove. That can reduce the rigger protrusion into the loop. Pics would help.


Another member suggested checking the TG in the beginning. Take the bottom screw on the grip out and gently push the TG so it flexes into the groove to see if it's warped out of it. If it is remove it and warm it with a hair dryer and push it back into the groove so it takes the proper curve and seats down into the groove. It may be short in the bottom of the groove. Just drill a new hole for the screw. Many use this mod. It works and is free. If thats it you could have saved yourself time and money if you checked it first.

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My 144 don't have a short trigger So gun parts sent you ...... what ever ~~JMJ~~
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Old 05-23-2017, 12:22 PM
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If the trigger they sent was indeed the same... The only other thing I can think of, is that the action is not seated in the stock. Remove the stock and see if something got caught between action and stock.
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OP needs to show us action in stock,trigger guard removed!
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If the trigger they sent was indeed the same... The only other thing I can think of, is that the action is not seated in the stock. Remove the stock and see if something got caught between action and stock.
Maybe the previous owner tried to bed the stock and did a crap job? Possible.
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Just look at his photo again the end looks like it was gnawed off and you can see file marks on the sides ~~~JMJ~~
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Just look at his photo again the end looks like it was gnawed off and you can see file marks on the sides ~~~JMJ~~
But he says the new trigger he received was the same as what he has....
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Old 05-24-2017, 09:52 AM
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Can't explain why the trigger's where the same. But looking at his photo again, the trigger guard does not look like it has shrunk. But the trigger does show file marks as already stated. So it has been modified, but to what extent?

A photo of the action out of the stock and a photo of the stock channel would tell the truth.
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Old 05-25-2017, 12:56 AM
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But he says the new trigger he received was the same as what he has....
Ever deal with numrich gun parts / i have , saying no more ~~JMJ~~
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