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 Post subject: Trigger Pull Gauge?
PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2013 3:11 am 
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What does everyone use? I can't seem to find my old brass trigger pull gauge?

The electronic Lyman looks nice but is $66 on eBay plus shipping!

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 Post subject: Re: Trigger Pull Gauge?
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What about a fishing scale ? Cheap enough. The one I have always weight in light for some reason, so I have to add a pound or two if you know what I mean. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Trigger Pull Gauge?
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I still use my old RCBS Trigger Pull Gauge. It is stamped on the front, Manufactured by the Ohause Corporation. I've had it since the 70's, I guess, just after RCBS took over the 'diggin's at Ohause.(I still have a couple Ohaus bullet moulds)

The Lyman Electronic trigger gauge would be nice - what are they new in CDN funds?

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 Post subject: Re: Trigger Pull Gauge?
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Daryl wrote:
I still use my old RCBS Trigger Pull Gauge. It is stamped on the front, Manufactured by the Ohause Corporation. I've had it since the 70's, I guess, just after RCBS took over the 'diggin's at Ohause.(I still have a couple Ohaus bullet moulds)

$69 for the Lyman.

The Lyman Electronic trigger gauge would be nice - what are they new in CDN funds?

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4 Crosman MK 1 pistol .22
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