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  • Arnhem44mad
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    Many thanks mate. Someone posted another experimental Winter trigger on one of the Facebook pages I am on which is dedicated to M1s.

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  • RCS
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    Correct- Browning Model 1918A2 and there other variations/types of BAR winter triggers that a member of this group once showed me. I have never seen either a M1 or BAR winter trigger and once every few years you might just find a M1 rifle winter safety in some cigar box at a gun show. Finding a BAR winter extended safety is extremely rare. The M14 TM shows how to install a winter trigger on the M14

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  • Arnhem44mad
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    That for the BAR?

    Scott

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  • RCS
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    another US winter trigger, different weapon Click image for larger version

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  • Arnhem44mad
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    That was the plan mate๐Ÿ™‚

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  • TJT
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    They're very unsafe to use. I hope you have it for an accessory or display only.
    Jon

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  • Arnhem44mad
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    Many thanks mate!๐Ÿ™‚

    Scott

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  • Orlando
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    first used in WWII,I do not know year when first came in use

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  • Arnhem44mad
    started a topic Winter Trigger Appearance?

    Winter Trigger Appearance?

    Hello guys I have placed this in the WW2 section but my question is did this item arrive post WW2 or was it adopted post WW2/1945?

    Many thanks!

    Scott
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