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Old 06-07-2019, 07:08 PM
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Arrowdodger,

Thanks for the "nickle trick" and other Model 60 tips, and tweeks you taught us.

I don't have a Kat trigger, but my Model 60 is very accurate, and reliable thanks to you sharing your knowledge.

Take care, and God bless !
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Let me add my thanks!

Arrowdodger,

I always enjoyed our chats. I understand stress. Take Care of you & yours!

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Thanks Arrowdodger (Mark) for all you have done for all of us on here. Without your videos i would have never attempted to take my Marlin 990 action assembly apart.
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Thanks Arrowdodger (Mark) for all you have done for all of us on here. Without your videos i would have never attempted to take my Marlin 990 action assembly apart.
Iíll second that! And love the KAT that I have in my 795. Thanks for everything youíve done for the Marlin .22 semi community Mark!
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Arrowdodger you take care of yourself first, you have earned a break. I wish you the best.

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I am lucky to have one of his triggers. It is sweet, I shoot steel silhouette targets out to 200m. I can hang in there with my Marlin 60SS against the Anshultzs and CZ 455's. Thanks Arrowdodger for sharing all your Marlin knowledge with us.
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Wow what a shame. Especially with the renewed interest in Precision 22 Rifle, i.e. NRL22. There is apparently a growing market for something like this. I've just finished rehabing a '76 Marlin 60 and would love a KAT Trigger to compete in our precision 22 matches. It would be great if someone would take up manufacturing this trigger again I'm sure there's a market.
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Old 10-16-2019, 12:30 PM
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I'll have a Model 60 with a KAT up for sale here soon.

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I'll have a Model 60 with a KAT up for sale here soon.

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You may want to sell the trigger separately.

Those who do not know any better will see no reason to pay a premium for a gun with a fabulous trigger, assuming you still have the factory trigger. You do, don't you?

Plus, since Arrow Dodger is no longer making them, you may recoup all of your cost of the trigger. Food for thought.

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