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Thread: Mcarbo trigger kits for marlin 60 and 795

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    Mcarbo trigger kits for marlin 60 and 795

    There are some spare spring sets available for marlin 60s and 705s after a double up happened with ordering. They replace hammer spring (helps cycling), several other springs and drop trigger weight down to good pressure.

    PM me if you'd like one. About $41 I think.

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    So keen

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    Which reminds me I must get my one installed by dean maisey when I get a chance to get my .22 over to him.
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    Just picked up another 60 as a project so I'll pop one into it. I think they come with fit instructions. Here's the install video from nzrimfire site:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHYp-mYf3Vw

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    Really not that hard to do yourself - bit scary at first opening up with all those springs, but good learning experience. Give me a shout if you run into problems and i'll open mine up and should be able to point in right direction.

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    Yep really quite easy to do. I left one spring unchanged but at that point there was already a substantial improvement. As always when doing this type of work take some photos first and wear SAFETY GLASSES. I have (and I am sure others will too) the factory schematics for the Marlin so they can assist as well be not really needed.

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    ^ Good idea with photos, saves those embarrassing "oh.... which way round does this one go?" internet searches

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    Have 4 Macarbo Marlin trigger spring kits that were sent as a double order as per mudgripz' post above. They arrived today.

    There are 2 x M60 and 2 x 795 kits available. Cost is $44 delivered. I'm not making any profit out of this, in fact I'm losing a small amount.

    If you're interested, PM me with your kit preference and delivery address.
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    Pm sent!
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    PMed, super keen on a 795 kit

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    Have 1 x Macarbo trigger spring kit for a Marlin 60 left.

    If not taken here in the next day or so, I'll put it on T/Me.
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    Can you send me bank details please and i might even have a go āt doing it myself.
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    Thanks for the kit it arrived safe and sound today.
    Good to see the love been shared!
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