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Old 12-10-2019, 06:55 PM
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Guys, I’m in need of a 1407-U9 trigger for a early 1970’s vintage 1411. Like to keep the original trigger stock and drop in a 1407-U9.

Checked Flea-bay, there’s one but it looks like it had a rough life.

Edit. Would a 5071 or 5075 trigger work with no smithing? Not sure of the differences between the two. My intended use is BR.

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Old 12-10-2019, 10:57 PM
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Guys, Iím in need of a 1407-U9 trigger for a early 1970ís vintage 1411. Like to keep the original trigger stock and drop in a 1407-U9.

Checked Flea-bay, thereís one but it looks like it had a rough life.

Edit. Would a 5071 or 5075 trigger work with no smithing? Not sure of the differences between the two. My intended use is BR.

Have a WTB add posted. Thank you.

https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forum...o=ad&id=245623
How about find another 1408 single stage and send it to TT Shooter (Todd) to get it reworked for BR shooting, I would be less money and his work is excellent.

If you can find a 5071, 5071-1 they would work but you would need to put a small clearance notch at the bottom of the receiver for the sear lever cross pin, so the trigger sit correctly.

5075 are single stage, and go down to only 14-oz., unless you change a spring.

for these to work you would need to open the inletting a bit to clear the side safety and trigger adjustment rear screws.

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Old 12-11-2019, 06:25 AM
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You can go the TTShooter route with your original trigger.

If you want to return it to original the two parts he provides can be swapped in or out as he returns your original parts.

One pin holds the adjustment lever in. His service is $80...Tom


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You can go the TTShooter route with your original trigger.

If you want to return it to original the two parts he provides can be swapped in or out as he returns your original parts.

One pin holds the adjustment lever in. His service is $80...Tom

That’s a good Plan B. Definitely cost effective and no permanent mods.

The web link I found for TTShooter wasn’t operational so I sent a PM to RFC user TTShooter. Hopefully he will see it.

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Thanks Thomas. Have the trigger off and it will be in the mail Monday to Todd.

This trigger (1970 I think) has a plastic sleeve over one of the springs. Is this a 1408-U1?
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A big shoutout for Todd at TT triggers. Very happy with his modified 1408 trigger.

Thanks HI-NV, Thomas and Penage. It’s the quality of the people and info that set this site apart. Merry Christmas to all. 🎄

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A big shoutout for Todd at TT triggers. Very happy with his modified 1408 trigger.

Thanks HI-NV, Thomas and Penage. Itís the quality of the people and info that set this site apart. Merry Christmas to all. 🎄
Merry Christmas, you must have gotten it back and installed. How exactly does it feel, what weight does it take to send a projectile on its way?

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A big shoutout for Todd at TT triggers. Very happy with his modified 1408 trigger.

Thanks HI-NV, Thomas and Penage. It’s the quality of the people and info that set this site apart. Merry Christmas to all. 🎄
Merry Christmas, you must have gotten it back and installed. How exactly does it feel, what weight does it take to send a projectile on its way?

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Hi Strugle4X’s. I follow you guys shooting the offhand match’s. I’d like to join in but my backstop is at 100 yds with a deep gully at 50yds. 😔

Good question as to the weight. I do not have a guage. I’d say around 4 OZ’s based on what Todd said. It can be adjusted but I haven’t experimented yet.

The trigger allows take up which I appreciate as I get used to the light pull. There is no “wall” or increase in resistance during the pull. A little into the travel it just breaks crisply with some over travel. The OT can be adjusted but at this weight, if I hit the OT I’m doing something wrong.

Find the trigger blade a little far foward for my hands but this is a function of the 1408 trigger. The 1407-U9 would allow adjustment in this area.

Overall, very pleased. I’ve got a lot better trigger to work with and Todd was extremely quick at turnaround.

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Old 12-25-2019, 01:03 AM
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Great, thank you for the details; great that you have a good place to shoot, bummer about the terrain. That online match is fantastic. Merry Christmas to all.

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The trigger allows take up which I appreciate as I get used to the light pull. There is no “wall” or increase in resistance during the pull. A little into the travel it just breaks crisply with some over travel. The OT can be adjusted but at this weight, if I hit the OT I’m doing something wrong.
Shouldn't happen with a single stage trigger. Take up can be adjusted out if you'd like with the screw (sear screw) that goes perpindicular (79 in photo above) into the upper portion of the blade.

Turn clockwise 1/8 turn and check, repeat as necessary or follow the directions above...Tom

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The trigger allows take up which I appreciate as I get used to the light pull. There is no “wall” or increase in resistance during the pull. A little into the travel it just breaks crisply with some over travel. The OT can be adjusted but at this weight, if I hit the OT I’m doing something wrong.
Shouldn't happen with a single stage trigger. Take up can be adjusted out if you'd like with the screw (sear screw) that goes perpindicular (79 in photo above) into the upper portion of the blade.

Turn clockwise 1/8 turn and check, repeat as necessary or follow the directions above...Tom
Tom. Good suggestion with the sear engagement. The geometry must be different now. Makes a lot of sense.
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Much better, no perceptible travel. Total of 1/2 turn in on the sear screw and one turn out with the pull level. At the holy smoke level when it releases. Passes bump and slam fire tests. Thanks Tom!

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