Where can you find a trigger guard for a 258A?
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The trigger guard is available from Numrich Gun Parts. There are two different types of trigger guards for the Savage 6d. The plastic guard that has a inletted area for the trigger guard in the stock and the simple bent metal trigger guard that just screws into the stock wood. Plastic trigger guard is product # 103530U $24.10 Metal guard is product # 10543OAL $11.50
Cannot find an exact match- but if your trigger guard is black plastic- and especially if it has finger grooves in the tail of the guard- it was probably made by Mossberg. You can order replacement trigger guards from havlinsales.com There are 3 different trigger guards- check the photos to see if they match your rifle.
Installing trigger guard in H&R Topper 88 single shot shotgun. I am not a professional gunsmith, so your mileage may vary, but this is how I _finally_ got it done. 1. The "trigger extension, the trigger, and the trigger guard have to all line up together, and line up with the pin holes in the receiver when the pin is inserted. It is next to impossible to get them to line up, and keep them…
At a good gunsmith's shop. Maybe Numrich's Gun Parts (search gunpartscorp) For the complete trigger guard assembly, including trigger, safety, springs, pins etc., you can get it from Numrich, Midway USA, Brownells or direct from Marlin. If it's just the trigger or other individual trigger guard parts you need, you'll have to get those from Numrich for a different model Marlin.
The Stevens 84C (Stevens was owned by Savage Arms, and the 84C is the same as the Savage 4C) was made with two different trigger guards during its production life. One was a simple curved steel trigger guard that was mounted to the surface of the stock. The other was a larger cast aluminum alloy trigger guard that fit into an "inlet" (cutout area) on the stock. Both types of trigger guards are still available…
What is the value of a 1969 Sweet Sixteen with a plain barrel gold trigger and a safety in the trigger guard in very good shape?
The safety has always been in the trigger guard of the A5. Early guns had a front-to-rear safety in the front of the trigger guard. Yours should have the later style crossbolt safety behind the trigger. Plain barrel Sweet Sixteens in excellent condition will bring $1000. They drop off fast as they get toward 80% condition. In 'VG' condition, $650.
Rimfire Technologies and DIP are two separate companies. The trigger guard is available at DIP, it's not longer available through Rimfire Technologies. The machine work from DIP is excellent. It's not (never was) an assembly though, it's a stripped aluminum trigger guard. http://www.diproductsinc.com/Default.aspx Go here to buy a new production metal Trigger Guard Assembly https://www.rimfiretechnologies.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=15001 Old Answer, You should be able to use the stainless steel assembly from the Model 60SS. However, replacing the trigger…