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Anyone have one of these in their 1894?

How much of an improvement did it make?

Do you think it is worth the $89 price?

Who has it for the best price?

Is it truly a drop in part?

Thanks.
 

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Most smiths can duplicate the WW triggers with less money and your original parts will still be in your firearm.
 
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The trigger is worth the money.

A smith can do a trigger job, but cannot remove the "loose tooth" you enjoy, until the hammer is cocked.

If you can do only one thing to the rifle, get the wwg trigger.
 

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Nanook 450 said:
The trigger is worth the money.

A smith can do a trigger job, but cannot remove the "loose tooth" you enjoy, until the hammer is cocked.

If you can do only one thing to the rifle, get the wwg trigger.
The tooth thing went over my head, by gum....one more time for the "old folk", please :lol:
 

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CapeBuff said:
I believe he's referring to the floppy trigger syndrome, Tubby. . .
I need to take that stuff..what's it called?....you know...for your memory? :roll:
 

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Tubster . . .

I believe you're referring to Ginko Biloba ! ! ! ****snickering silently****

Don't waste your money ! ! !
 

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One Wild West Trigger now on order. I'll give it a try. I posted elsewhere and it also came well recomended.

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One Wild West Trigger now on order. I'll give it a try. I posted elsewhere and it also came well recomended.

Thanks.
That is the smartest, best one thing you can do for your Marlin.
 

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Got my Wild West trigger from Midway. Put it in my 1894 32H&R this morning and had absolutely no problems with it. Pull is now an amazingly crisp 2 1/2 pounds. No problems on install and seems quite safe. It will not bump fire as I tapped the butt hard on a wood bench with it cocked to check it for safety. It is light, but very nice.

I'd recommend it to anyone interested.
 
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