Timney Triggers Introduces Replacement Trigger for Today's Model 70 Rifles

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posted on September 4, 2012
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Timney Triggers has been making replacement triggers for over 65 years. In that time, some incredible triggers have been designed and built by constantly looking for innovative ways to improve our products and by listening to our customers. By popular demand, Timney proudly announces a replacement trigger for Winchester Model 70 rifles with M.O.A. Trigger Systems.

No gunsmithing, fitting, or adjusting required. Each Timney Trigger is geometrically identical with tolerances less than .0005 inch. The trigger housing features machined work surfaces that are milled from solid billet. All working parts are CNC machined with all contact/wear surfaces hardened and polished to provide you with years of dependable service. The trigger components are machined using state-of-the-art electrical discharge machines (EDM) from high-grade solid steel.

The Timney Win 70 MOA replacement trigger (Model 402) retails for $119.95 and is also available nickel-plated (Model 402-16) for $129.95. Pull weight can be adjusted from 1 - 3 pounds and the trigger has an adjustment for overtravel.

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