Mauser Double Set Trigger by Anschutz - Long, clip

New Old Stock Condition
FFL is not required
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5/20/2018 2:50 PM
Item 749451399
Location Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Priority Mail$8.00
No international shipments
Payment Personal Check, USPS Money Order, Money Order, Certified Check, See Item Description
Checkout Yes
Sales Tax
Seller must collect sales tax from the following states:
CA 7.75%   
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From the collection of my friend, Freddy, who accumulated countless parts during his decades as a gunsmith after WWII, I have a number of double set triggers for Mauser actions. Freddy was the master gunsmith for Frank Pachmayr back when Frank had a shop in Los Angeles. He built many custom rifles, many on Mauser actions. These triggers were made by Anschutz and are unused.

There are four styles. The one shown here is 3.30 inches long and about 0.585 inches wide. The front hole is 0.175" and the rear hole is 0.210. They are 2.70 inches center-to-center. A variation of this trigger with similar dimensions and a 0.240" rear hole is listed separately. Aside from the rear screw hole diameter, the difference between these two is that the spring for the front trigger is retained by a metal clip. In the other style, it's retained by a screw. See both types in photo 6.

The other two styles do not use the two screws for attaching to the action and are therefore shorter OAL. I have those listed separately and have included photos 8, 9, and 10 here for comparison.

The buyer pays only the actual shipping cost. I can send this by Priority Mail with insurance for $8. I can also ship by UPS if you prefer. Should be about $12, depending on your ZIP code.

I must collect sales tax or a resale certificate from California buyers.

A personal check is OK if you don't mind waiting ten banking days before shipment. If you're in a hurry, use a money order or bank check.

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If you're not in a hurry, a personal check is fine. Else a bank check or money order is good. Either is OK with me, so do whatever is more convenient for you.

I may wait up to ten banking days from the deposit of your check before shipping. This is the advice of my bank. I may ship sooner.

You're welcome to send an image of the front and back of the deposited check to show it has cleared if I haven't already shipped.
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