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Unread 06-04-2019, 12:33 PM   #1
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Were the late SN 241,000 guns made by Remington. Thoughts on any differences? Did the stock shop change on these late guns?
What would a budgeting cost be to convert a release trigger back to normal. I realize this could vary depending on how it was done.
Also the cost to put one back on face.
Any help is appreciated.
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Unread 06-04-2019, 03:57 PM   #2
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Ok I got home and looked at my books so I was at least able to answer a few of my own questions.
Definitely made by Remington. Pulled the trigger guard on the SBT and Found the SN correctly marked.
After a little research I am guessing converting back to a pull trigger is pretty straight forward.
Still not sure about what it will take to put back on face but otherwise a sweet gun with some of the nicest would I have observed on a Parker SBT.
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Sounds very interesting. We would love to see pictures if you have some.
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I will post some pictures shortly. Doing some gun trading so will post once I finally own it.
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I recently converted a Parker SBT from release to standard pull trigger for another member. It was very straight forward. And I was surprised at how simple and basic the release mechanism was in that gun. Not that every one may be that way, but that one was at least. It only required the removal of a few additional parts that were put in and I had to make one basic spacer for the sear pin.

It could easily be converted back to release if so desired.

Again... that was THAT particular gun.
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Thanks Brian. Just did some trading on this gun so it is now mine. I had a very nice SBT several years ago I sold to one of our members. Great SBT but did not shoot it well.

I really wanted the other two guns so I guess I will now be the proud owner of another SBT.
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Wow I guess!!!! 😍
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That is a stunner!
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Very nice! I saw a SBT on Gunsinternational earlier this year for a good price and should have bought it. Yours is excellent!
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