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USED MY FIRST CANJAR TODAY THIS TRIGGER IS WOW!!! CRAZY LESS THAN 1-OZ YES I SAID 1-OZ ON MY NEW ( OLD) wright's gun shop in bloomsburg PA custom 25-06 ( a wild cat when built in 1964 ) with 20 power unertle varminter scope !!!!!!!!!!!! ANY DEALING'S WITH THIS GUNSHOP OR CANJAR'S OR JUST LIKE GREAT CUSTOM GUNS WOULD BE NICE THANKS SCOTT
 

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I also had an old Canjar trigger. It was the single finest trigger that I have ever owned. The newer Canjars from eight or ten years ago didn't have nearly the reputation and I don't know if mine started off perfect when it was new or wore smooth. I also don't know what is thought of today's Canjar's if they are still around.

I use Jewell's now. Good triggers and good people to deal with in my experience. Still wish I hadn't parted company with that one Canjar though.

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Canjar Lite Pull

I reckon my first Canjar years ago was the Lite Pull in a 40X. This
particular Canjar had what looked like a piece of #9 wire for the
trigger shoe. One fine trigger. Several years ago I was at the
Big Gun Show at Louisville and walked up to a table and there was
a Canjar Lite Pull laying there on the table. I ask the vendor what
the trigger fit, and he didn't know (nor did he know what he had).
It was for a 700/40X and I walked away with it for $40. So, there
is a bargin to be had every once in a while at a Gun Show. :D
 

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re canjar triggers

They still make them. I just had one put on my Savage barreled for a 20 vartarg and can't wiat to use it on critters and not paper.:)
 
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