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greetings! i just disassembled a 1903 i bought last year & found a mashburn arms trigger assy in it. a little research i did sugests that mashburn arms was an old time gunshop & maybe a arms manufacturer as well. what do i have here? when the rifle gets built the trigger will need to be adjusted, it breaks way too light to suit me. thanks!
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Mashburn Arms, was located in Oklahoma city. They are long since gone. They created custom rifles and custom chambering for many years. They developed proprietary wildcats such as the 7mm Mashburn Super Magnum, the 300 Mashburn Super Magnum, the 350 Mashburn Magnum and several others. Art Mashburn turned out well-made and well-finished custom rifles. After Art sold the business to others, the shop operated under the same name but was only a shell of its former self. As to adjustment of the trigger in your rifle, try a reputable smith that knows what he is doing. The forum membership has several smiths that would be more that capable of adjusting or tuning the trigger.
 
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