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I have a custom shop XP100, w/ a wooden center grip. I'm considering converting to a rear grip. I would use a Trigger Tech Diamond trigger. What is involved w/ trigger conversion? Do I simply use the hanger and replace current trigger?
If I do this, I would sell the current custom shop wooden stock.
Thanks,
Bob


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Bob, if you do decide to do this I might be interested in your stock.

Jon
 
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Email me @ robert.norwood@gmail.com for pics. I have a phone call in to Jim Rockwell, before I decide.
Thanks,
Bob


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Bob you just remove the 2 screws holding the linkage to the recoil lug then drive out the 2 pins hold the trigger and remove in one piece. Then install your new trigger with the 2 pins you removed that held the trigger assembly and adjust for function and install in your new stock.
 
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Don't give up your old stock until you are sure that you will love the rear grip.


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Originally posted by Nitemann:
Bob you just remove the 2 screws holding the linkage to the recoil lug then drive out the 2 pins hold the trigger and remove in one piece. Then install your new trigger with the 2 pins you removed that held the trigger assembly and adjust for function and install in your new stock.


That's what I thought. Now, to see if there would be any problem w/ 2 action screws, one being in the feeding ramp. I'll check w/ Jim Rockwell re that.
Thanks


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Sawfish:
Don't give up your old stock until you are sure that you will love the rear grip.[/QUOTe

I already know I would like it better. I have 2 Anschutz Exemplars in 22LR and 17HMR, a rear grip Rampro 6BR, built by John Ilium yrs ago, and a Greg Tannel Emmerson Creek rear grip pistol, from an older 40X action.
My current setup shoots a consistent 1/4 moa. Trigger is set @ 1# 7 oz, albeit w/ creep. Just looking for a better setup to suit me. Not fully decided, yet.
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Let me know if you decide to sell the centergrip trigger!

Brad


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Originally posted by Gator T/C:
Let me know if you decide to sell the centergrip trigger!

Brad

Will do, thanks.


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