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1886 Winchester Parts
November 7, 2014
3:42 pm
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Anyone know where I can find a SEAR for an 1886 Single Set Trigger?  They are not the same as the 1873/76.

I have an old 1886 with a single set trigger that doesn't engage reliably.  Turns out the sear has an old repair and was then apparently filed down too much in an attempt to turn it into a hair-trigger, or maybe it was just a poorly done repair.

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November 18, 2014
3:56 am
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Found an original replacement part at Buckingham's Antique Winchesters in Trenton, Tennessee.   Arrived today and is as new.

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