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I am having a smith reduce my S-A milspec trigger to 4 lbs. and was going to have him install a long Videki while he was at it. Brownell's has told me that V. is no longer shipping these. Oh well. So my question:

Can I go ahead and have the job done and keep the factory trigger (I know I can, but is there a huge difference b/n triggers, even if my fingers are a bit long for the short one)?

I want to keep the pistol totally stock milspec, so does anyone else make a parkied steel long trigger w/o holes, that would look like the milspec one?

Finally, if I have the job done, then later get a long trigger, would there be any additional work needed, or would it just drop in?

Thanks a bunch folks. -Coop
 

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You can try a Kings trigger. I have no personal experience but they have a good overall reputation.

Mike
 

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I think I have a steel, long, parked, no hole, Videcki in the ol' parts box. Lemmee know if you want me to dig it up.
 

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Kings have good products.
they are about the only show in town for the para trigger.

Vidicki is out but will still be selling bows. You will see more triggers soon.
geo ><>
 

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From George:"Vidicki is out but will still be selling bows. You will see more triggers soon.
geo ><>"

What will we be seeing George?



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