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Old 04-05-2019, 03:35 PM
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Does anyone know if Brimstone gun smithing will ship one of their triggers to Canada.

I have emailed them regarding this but so far have not received a reply.

Got a reply & yes I can send my trigger to them.

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Does anyone know if Brimstone gun smithing will ship one of their triggers to Canada.

I have emailed them regarding this but so far have not received a reply.
S and P has the tier 2 Brimstone for sale $99 plus $6.00 shipping , less the 5% RFC code discount , youíre out the door for $100.

And there website doesnít say no international sales!
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Old 04-07-2019, 11:06 PM
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Thats hard to beat. Including my shipping to them, I was around $92 with me supplying the factory group.
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Old 04-09-2019, 07:53 PM
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S and P has the tier 2 Brimstone for sale $99 plus $6.00 shipping , less the 5% RFC code discount , youíre out the door for $100.

And there website doesnít say no international sales!
I looked under terms & conditions on their website & it states "no international sales".
That said, I am happy to deal direct with Brimstone.
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I looked under terms & conditions on their website & it states "no international sales".
That said, I am happy to deal direct with Brimstone.
Sorry , I didnít read the fine print. Hopefully Brimstone will help you,
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Old 04-09-2019, 08:27 PM
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Sorry , I didnít read the fine print. Hopefully Brimstone will help you,
No apology required, you were trying to help me. Brimstone will accept my trigger & ship the finished product back to me.
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No apology required, you were trying to help me. Brimstone will accept my trigger & ship the finished product back to me.
Thatís great. Iím very pleased with mine. I know you will be too. In fact I am so pleased I just ordered another one, just to have for the future.
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Old 04-09-2019, 09:38 PM
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You will like it. I've got a pair of Tier 2's and one on a BX trigger. My cousin also has one on a BX trigger that turned out amazing.
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BX trigger width

Sent in the trigger for my T/CR22 for the bx trigger job. I just noticed how wide the trigger is. Isnít the narrow one the norm or not in this case?
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The narrow one is pretty wide. The wide one is massive.
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BX trigger width

Ok I thank you for that information. While my T/CR trigger was being worked ove by Brimstone I used a Ruger BX trigger that has around 2000 rounds thru it. It worked just fine as always but the reworked trigger I received back is heads and tails lighter and crisper.
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Send that BX to them. It will come back even better than the standard. The two I've shot are 1.5 and 1.7lbs.
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Today I received my Tier two trigger from Brimstone. I am very pleased with my purchase. It has a two pound pull (measured on my trigger gauge) & a very crisp release.
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Today I received my Tier two trigger from Brimstone. I am very pleased with my purchase. It has a two pound pull (measured on my trigger gauge) & a very crisp release.
Iím glad youíre pleased. I like mine also.
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