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Old 12-10-2018, 02:04 PM
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Does anyone know if they make a trigger kit for the Bmag. I have Apache trigger kits in my other Savages but don't know if they'll work in the Bmag. Open to other suggestions as well.
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Old 12-10-2018, 02:56 PM
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Does anyone know if they make a trigger kit for the Bmag. I have Apache trigger kits in my other Savages but don't know if they'll work in the Bmag. Open to other suggestions as well.
The trigger in the Bmags respond pretty well to a good polishing and tuneup. I did my own trigger job on my Bmag and it now breaks right at 2lbs with zero creep/pretravel.

They're actually a rather easy trigger to work on, but I've worked on quite a few triggers so I'm pretty versed on how they work, so for me, it was a pretty easy job. It may not be something many others will, or even should, try themselves so if you have a local gunsmith anywhere around your area it'll be easy work for them to do a trigger job on your Bmag.

I'm not aware of anyone that makes any trigger kits/parts for the Bmag.
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Old 12-11-2018, 09:22 PM
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B23, finally got around to ordering a stock like yours from Boyds. I am going to pull the trigger and clean up all the stamped parts as I did on my 22RF. Did you change the "blade" spring on yours? I have gathered up a fair stock of springs over the years. A local hardware went out of business and I bought a variety of them.
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Old 12-12-2018, 02:45 AM
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B23, finally got around to ordering a stock like yours from Boyds. I am going to pull the trigger and clean up all the stamped parts as I did on my 22RF. Did you change the "blade" spring on yours? I have gathered up a fair stock of springs over the years. A local hardware went out of business and I bought a variety of them.
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Its been a couple years since I did the trigger in my Bmag and I've worked on quite a few other triggers since so I don't exactly remember but if I recall I clipped a couple coils off of the spring for the silver blade. I think they call it the safety trigger part of the trigger but I'm not sure, regardless, it sounds like we are talking about the same thing.

I can't remember if I did anything with the pull weight spring for the main trigger on my Bmag or not. I know I did something with the main spring on either my Bmag or A17, maybe both now that I'm thinking about it, but I don't exactly recall what it was I did to them.
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