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Does anyone know if Canjar or any other trigger manufacturar made a replacement trigger for a BSA Monarch/Herters U9? The factory trigger allows weight of pill adjustment but not overtravel or engagement.

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If you know what you are doing a very good crisp two pound pull can be had.
You need to fit and polish -replace springs.
Don't try this one as a first trigger job.

For overtravel put a small pin inside the weight of pull -return spring. You have to stone it to the correct length.
The engagement is set with the stones.

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WoW! Worse than I thought. I had hoped that there was a replacement trigger available from UK, Australia, or New Zeland. Or that a trigger from Timney or someone else could be modified to work.
Thanks for the input.
 

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Not so bad - really!

All that you have to do is find a gunsmith ........

Get "Bolt Action Rifles " by De Hass.
There is a section on BSA rifles.
You will be interested in the rest of that book also.

I have two of them. :)

4th edition)

Authors: Wayne Zwoll, Wayne Van Zwoll, Frank De Haas
Format: Paperback, 640 pages
Publication Date: December 2003
Publisher: Krause Pubns Inc
Dimensions: 10.75"H x 8.5"W x 1.25"D; 3.45 lbs.
ISBN-10: 0873496604
ISBN-13: 9780873496605
List Price: $29.99


http://www.krausebooks.com/

or interlibrary loan works.

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Look in some old American Rifleman magazines, circa middle 80's. One of the trigger companys listed a trigger for the BSA. Small ad; I think it showed another trigger (Mauser 96???) that could be used in the BSA. It mentioned that a screw would have to be installed (in the left bolt rail??) to act as a bolt stop. The bolt stop situation is the only negative thing about the BSA Monarch/Herter U9, IMHO.
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