Israel's TAVOR

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Re: Israel's TAVOR

Post by jgreenberg01 » 16 Aug 2014, 08:01

That's really impressive. I've always been a Timney guy, but this is definitely something to consider as a replacement trigger in my Tavor.
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Re: Israel's TAVOR

Post by Lobo » 10 Oct 2014, 00:39

Lobo wrote:good thing I checked the posts before logging off.....(but you made me re-open up my email)

this is what was said in the last email from their service department "I am going to send you a new hammer spring and a new spring for your firing pin. This should eliminate your light primer strike problem"

emails were done within two days, package showed up a week later.......

All I did was torture hundreds of innocent people, wipe out an entire generation of Jedi, assist in destroying the rightful government in exchange for a malevolent dictatorship, destroy a planet, torture my daughter that I didn't even know existed, chop off my son's hand and I'm the bad guy.
--Darth Varder pet peeve
well, I put all the stuff in except for the one spring since I wasn't sure (hammer spring) how to do it, so I emailed them back, asking for some good directions or even a hand written note *grin*, got this great reply back telling me to hold on, just ship it back and they'll send one back totally done right.
did so, now my Tavor works like a dream, light pull and no more LPS. so bottom line, to me a Timmey trigger is outstanding and their customer service is just as outstanding (although I don't know why they send a lollypop each time......)

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Re: Israel's TAVOR

Post by blueorison » 14 Oct 2014, 14:10

Lobo wrote:
Lobo wrote:good thing I checked the posts before logging off.....(but you made me re-open up my email)

this is what was said in the last email from their service department "I am going to send you a new hammer spring and a new spring for your firing pin. This should eliminate your light primer strike problem"

emails were done within two days, package showed up a week later.......

All I did was torture hundreds of innocent people, wipe out an entire generation of Jedi, assist in destroying the rightful government in exchange for a malevolent dictatorship, destroy a planet, torture my daughter that I didn't even know existed, chop off my son's hand and I'm the bad guy.
--Darth Varder pet peeve
well, I put all the stuff in except for the one spring since I wasn't sure (hammer spring) how to do it, so I emailed them back, asking for some good directions or even a hand written note *grin*, got this great reply back telling me to hold on, just ship it back and they'll send one back totally done right.
did so, now my Tavor works like a dream, light pull and no more LPS. so bottom line, to me a Timmey trigger is outstanding and their customer service is just as outstanding (although I don't know why they send a lollypop each time......)

life is good :)

Mom and Dad say I should make my life an example of the principles I believe
in. But every time I do, they tell me to stop it. - Calvin
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Heard about the light strikes through MAC, etc. Good to know they are fixing it. Timney is a solid company, so it makes sense.
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