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    Posted: March 02 2011 at 12:40pm
Anyone ever used a drop in Timney or Huber on their Enfield?
Thinking about a Timney for my No 4. I really like the one I have on my AR.
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only upgraded trigger i have is a "JP" in one of my ARs . its a thing i seldom think about in these old military rifles , but thats partly because i have no sported milsurps and i dont hunt with them , do they make drop in trigger upgrades for these ? 
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They do work well in the AR's
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Both Timney and Huber make aftermarket triggers for Enfields, Mosins and Mausers. The Huber is basically just a triggerwith a ball bearing and allen screw added and the Timney is a drop-in triger group that is adjustable between 2 and 4 pounds. The Timney sells for about $60.00 and the Huber for about $90.00.
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I seen a companies that made several drop in triggers for Millitary Surplus that were adjustable. Going to check back thru my Favorites
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We have a company called Thor in S'Africa that make triggers for the No4 Mk1.
 
I put one on my sporterized rifle, and it worked well. Was a bit of a challenge to fit, but works very well.
The only thing I did not like about this was having to cut the bridge on the back of the stock. I strengthened and secured the stock with a through bolt, and two blind nuts to secure the stock.
Not a complete idiot. Still missing a few parts.
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Saffer, I know this thread is old but I was just wanting to know if you are having success with your Thor drop in trigger group?
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Yep it works well. On a par with a Timney trigger, and at a third of the price. No trigger creep, nice crisp pull. Requires a bit of filing to fit, but once in it is a pleasure.
Not a complete idiot. Still missing a few parts.
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Thanks Saffer, I am considering purchasing one for my PH converted hunting rifle and having it installed by my gunsmith. I'll visit this thread again when I have everything installed.
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let us know how this works out, good luck and post pictures if you can
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Certainly, yes I will!
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Originally posted by Canuck Canuck wrote:

Certainly, yes I will!
 
Excellent !
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