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    Quote Originally Posted by Orlando View Post
    Thats a ridiculous price to pay for a trigger!! Its hard to tell from the picture but it might be HRA
    There is a refinished HRA trigger on Gunbroker
    Yes, they shouldn't be no more than $20 but that is kind of the beauty of it. Me and another shooting buddy that I work with had a bet, he bet me that he could outshoot me at 175 yards with his m1 against my m1 using iron sights only. We had a neutral spotter(also a co-worker) that had no skin in the game calling out where we were hitting and we had to make our adjustments by what he called-out because neither of us of course could see the target at 175 yards. We could only use one enblock clip(8 rnds) and whoever got the closest to the bullseye out of eight rounds won the bet. The bet was one item up to $50 online. I took it easy on him and only made him spend $39 ha ha. I've lost a few bets and won a few, but it is all in good fun and keeps things interesting. Now I get to rag him every now and then about my overpriced trigger ha ha.thanks for your time Orlando, I really appreciate it

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