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Anyone got a picture of a bond centergrip trigger?

Aaron
 
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Did he actually make a trigger, or just modify the stock trigger?

I better clarify, "Bond" the gunsmith from Montana or Dakotas or somewhere similarly heavenish used to re-barrel actions and modify stock triggers with an added adjustment screw. I didn't know him to make a trigger....

Can't wait to see how bad this response fits with the original questions..... Eek


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Pretty sure he just modified the factory unit. Made it a 3 lever trigger with the take up screw on the body of the trigger instead of the hanger. At least that's what I've read.

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Are you referring to Ralph Bond who built Silhouette XP's. I have a 6.5BR built by him and can check the trigger when I get back home.
 
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I believe thats him.

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Don't forget Ralph Bond from Indiana - XP gunsmith.


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Originally posted by Jay HHI6818:
Are you referring to Ralph Bond who built Silhouette XP's. I have a 6.5BR built by him and can check the trigger when I get back home.


Hey Jay... did you ever get back home?


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I've come to the conclusion that Bond Triggers are like leprechauns. Heard about um but never really seen one.
 
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I have what I think is a bond trigger. It may not be, hence the request for a pic so I can tell.

Aaron
 
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I remember that back in the late 1990's or 2000's looking through a Brownells catalog that they offered an replacement XP 100 center grip trigger but I do not remember who it was made by. I emailed then recently to ask Brownells if any one knew who that was and no one there knows. I remember that this trigger was supposed to an after market and was supposed to adjust down to 6 or 8 oz.


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Aaron, does the trigger you have look anything like this?

Jon

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Jon,
Its similar to that, but different. No safety lever with manual reset. It does have a the screw on the bottom. Its fairly light, but not 2oz. Maybe 8-10oz. Don't have a scale to check.

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Aaron
Sorry for not posting pictures earlier. This is my 6.5 BR that Ralph Bond built. Silhouette gun no safety. I bought it used.




 
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Thats what the one I have looks like. There is a third lever thats not there in a stock xp trigger.

Aaron
 
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Jay

Thanks for posting that pic. Its the first one like that that I have seen. If a guy was scratching around in a box of junk like I like to do it would be easy to think it was just a factory trigger w o the safety. Aaron how did you happen to come by the one you have?

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I bought a silhouette rig from a guy in GA years ago. The trigger was so gunked up with dried oil it didn't work correctly so I took it off and put a stock one on. Didn't think much about it until this thread started.

Aaron
 
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