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Old 06-09-2011, 06:58 PM
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HPSight is making(developing a Kenyon style trigger for C, D, and E



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The folks at HPSight, a vendor of adjustable peep sights

http://www.hpsight.com/?id=9

are developing a new trigger based upon the Kenyon design.

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Old 06-10-2011, 08:41 AM
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Does anyone know a smith that works on Micro triggers? What is the lightest pull that it can be set? Mine is set at 1lb. with no creep. I would like to get it lightened if possible to 6-8 oz. I have gotten use to a jewell at 3oz. which makes a 1lb trigger seem awful hard. Any info greatly appreciated.
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Welcome to RFC-Winchester
Do an advanced search for "hongisto" in the "winchester 52" sub-forum for a discussion on Win 52 triggers. Butch Hongisto's name comes up most frequently
as someone who fine tunes Win 52 triggers.
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Condensed 52 win trigger inf

Thanks one of new members JJ Jewell for taking the time to build this very informative condensed and down loadable .PDF version of the Win 52 Triggers!

http://houstontruetens.com/ruger/win52trigger.pdf

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Trigger Information

Thanks for the information on 52d trigger.
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Found a pic o0f a Thomas trigger

Found a pic of a Thomas trigger on the the add says a Freeland built win 52 speedlock. Not sure if the4 assumptions are corre3ct but a very nice pic....

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Old 07-25-2011, 08:22 PM
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How tight should the sear pin be in its hole? I bought a C trigger that had the safety lever but no spring and no bolt block. I got them from Numrich and when I assemble it the sear pin slides back to the left and the bolt block becomes free.

Her's the assembly sequence:

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Bolt block in place


Safety lever in place


Spring installed
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52c trigger

Here is a nice pic of a 52C trigger. Taken from this post:
https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...d.php?t=414532

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This Canjar trigger just sold on GUNBROKER for $402 1-8-12. The listing just said win 52.

Maybe Seewin or someone could be a bit more specific.... joe

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This is how I performed my 52C trigger adjustment:
1. Remove the barreled action from the stock (in addition to the two screws in front of the trigger guard there will be a sear engagement screw on the front of the trigger group housing.)
2. Back off all three of these screws to 1 full turn.
3. Cock the rifle and turn in sear engagement screw until rifle fires, then back screw out 1/4 to 1/8 turn.
4. Now, turn in overtravel screw until it barely touches the trigger lever.
5. Set your weight of pull, adjusting for the lightest pull turning the weight of pull screw counter-clockwise. Note: the adjustment screws operate within a narrow range of rotation, once they are in the correct range. 1/8 turn will have a significant impact. After every adjustment, check the mechanism, to include the safety, for proper operation.
6. If rifle won't fire, after you adjust the overtravel screw, you have insufficient overtravel and it needs to be backed out until the rifle will fire.
7. After all adjustments have been made, with the rifle cocked, tap gently with a soft faced hammer around the action to ensure the sufficient sear engagement to prevent a slam fire.



P.S. If someone here has better instructions and a good picture, it would be worth it's weight in gold to maker it a sticky!
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Here is a picture of the Thomas trigger on my 52B bull barrel. I have included a scan of a Freeland ad from a 1940's American Rifleman showing that Freeland's sold the Thomas triggers for 52's and 37's. If you look at the price of a Model 52 heavy barrel and the price of a Thomas trigger and do the calculations, the trigger cost almost 1/4 of what the rifle cost. Bob

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This Canjar trigger just sold on GUNBROKER for $402 1-8-12. The listing just said win 52.

Maybe Seewin or someone could be a bit more specific.... joe


That is a Canjar deluxe model trigger for the C,D,E
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canjar pictured above looks to be missing the bolt release wire front of trigger
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Yes it appears that the bolt release wire is missing, as well as the nut that holds the trigger into the action.....
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Win 52 Trigger Info

I recently purchased a 52-3C trigger that is missing the wire loop. My question is does anybody know a source to purchase one? Or the measurements and wire size that would enable me to make one. A pic with the wire loop in place would help.
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Walkerdog4 - I had the same problem a few months ago. I was able to obtain a short length of piano wire. The diameter of the piano wire is 0.031. I found out that that is the smallest diameter wire used on a piano. The release wire on my other Canjar trigger measures 0.030. My understanding is that spring wire of 0.030 diameter would be ideal. Hope this helps. These pictures probably won't help. Bob
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