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    Importing triggers, whats the current situation?

    From the states? Import permit?

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    Not for A cat, will need one by the end of the year.

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    Unfortunately you currently need an import permit for any receiver related components for A Cat and an import permit for pretty much anything to go on an E Cat rifle. Barrels and stocks are fine on A Cat. Grips will require a letter from your AO stating the items are intended for an A Cat rifle only. In a few more weeks you wont be able to import pistol grips without an E Cat import permit.

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    Thanks guys. I'm wanting a trigger for a Mauser 96

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digit View Post
    Unfortunately you currently need an import permit for any receiver related components for A Cat and an import permit for pretty much anything to go on an E Cat rifle. Barrels and stocks are fine on A Cat. Grips will require a letter from your AO stating the items are intended for an A Cat rifle only. In a few more weeks you wont be able to import pistol grips without an E Cat import permit.
    What more do you know?? I have heard 2 different stories from 2 different AO's

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    Not sure if this is what you're after.

    timney trigger swedish mauser? | Trade Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage1 View Post
    Not sure if this is what you're after.

    timney trigger swedish mauser? | Trade Me
    Is this yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildman View Post
    Is this yours?
    No just came across it on TM, pretty cheap.

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    Timney Triggers - Hunting and Outdoor Supplies

    Take your pick, they generally have them in stock. Got mine from them.

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    Thanks whisper, I am aware of those. I was more looking at a Dayton Transister speed-lock kit...

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    I have a spare DT speed lock kit for a 96 Mauser I got a trigger and somehow 2 kits directly from DT in the states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nor-west View Post
    I have a spare DT speed lock kit for a 96 Mauser I got a trigger and somehow 2 kits directly from DT in the states.
    Flick me a PM with a price if you wanna sell it.

 

 

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