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Old 02-23-2019, 08:25 AM
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I have a question, so now I need an answer please. I have a stainless laminated international (1994). Can I use the internals from a BX group and keep my metal housing and smooth face blade. If anyone has done this, how well did it work and are other mods required. Thanks in advance for any help. TDP
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Old 02-23-2019, 09:17 AM
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you can keep the housing, but not the trigger blade..keep the BX trigger. hammer, sear, and disconnect together..the rest of the stuff is the same
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I think if you send the trigger group you have to brimstone for tier 2 work you will get a new trigger blade, but its metal , and you will be happy. Or you could buy a Bx and send it to brimstone and get a metal trigger blade and put the guts into your metal housing and be happy. But buying a Bx and putting your trigger blade , disconector,and sear on it would just give you th same trigger pull and make no difference
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Don't forget that TI sells BX trigger blades.
https://www.tacticalinc.com/catalog/product/id-7292
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Thanks guys, thats exactly the info I needed. Looks like brimstone may be my best option. I have looked at the ti blades and like them alot but my old group is a little sloppy and needs a little improvement. I just like the smooth silver blade and would like to retain the original appearance. Thanks again to all for the info and help. TDP
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I bought a BX trigger, and a TI trigger housing AND BLADE, and put the BX trigger internal parts in the TI housing. Worked great, and nobody knows that it's a BX trigger. Now whether that would work with a factory metal housing, I don't really know, but I suspect that it would, and if you don't like the plastic trigger, you can get a TI trigger blade that should match your factory housing. All it takes is a few minutes, assuming that you're mechanically competent.
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