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    can Anyone ID This Trigger?

    I haven't a clue. One person thought it belongs to a Winchester bolt action. Another said it was for an H&R semi auto .22. Any ideas?

    Thank you, AC
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    Winchester model 43

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    Case solved! Thank you 95! I knew a Guru here would show up with an answer! :66 minutes! It wasn't even a Marlin part either!

    AC
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    Models 69 and 75 are also similar, may want to do more research on it to confirm exactly what it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 95 Lever View Post
    Models 69 and 75 are also similar, may want to do more research on it to confirm exactly what it is.
    The pics on Numrich look more like these Models...
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    Just came off Numrich's site. All three triggers look alike excepting the bottom plate. The one without a plate had a hole in the same spot as the bottom plate screw hole. I suspect they used the same trigger body on all 3 models.

    It was in my pile of donated parts and was told it was for a Winchester.

    If anyone needs it I'll send it your way gratis.

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