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#1 ahoyza

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 08:49 PM

Iv'e heard good things about the bold trigger.
Will their 94 / 96 model fit my Chilean 1895?
Anyone have comments on the bold trigger?
You guys have been great at answering my questions so I'll keep asking them.
Thanks, ahoyza

#2 lemski4

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Posted 14 July 2011 - 05:09 AM

I would think it would fit, but you might call and ask before you order one. I've used several Bold triggers on projects, both for myself and for others and they all worked out well. My latest project I ordered a Timmney only because a friend of mine sent one back that be bought on a used rifle that was broken and they replaced it free of charge. That and their new triggers, at least for the 98's have a wider trigger shoe. Right now my most favorite, and most accurate rifle wears a bold trigger, and I'm NOT going to change it.

#3 spitfire_er

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Posted 14 July 2011 - 09:52 PM

I'm a fan of Timney triggers, but I do have a bold on one of my 98's. It's not my most accurate, but it will hold just over 1/2". I have heard of people complaining about something to do with the housing of the bolds is not as strong as the timneys, and tend to loosen after time, and there are a few plastic parts in there if I recall.

I just built up a 1936 Mexican Mauser for my wife and put a bold on it. I have yet to stock it, but expect good things.

#4 donmarkey

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Posted 15 July 2011 - 05:09 PM

I found the bolds are as nice as the timney sportsman. But the timney featherweight are alot smoother. I prefer to use the featherweights or era triggers. I think the eras are a little nicer.

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