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    Timney Introduces New Archery Trigger

    Timney Introduces New Archery Trigger


    Published: 1/8/2010
    Timney has been asking hunters and shooters what trigger they’d like the company to build next. In response to overwhelming customer input, the legendary trigger manufacturer is introducing its new Archery Trigger for 2010.
    “When our customers asked us to design and build a trigger for bowhunters, we were excited at the chance to take our years of experience in building triggers to a new market,” said John Vehr, president of Timney Manufacturing Inc. “We quickly built a range at our facility and began manufacturing and testing different ideas. We are extremely proud of the Timney Archery Trigger and we’re excited at the opportunity to become a part of what I’ve found to be a really passionate sport—bowhunting.”
    The Timney Archery Trigger features an innovative Length of Pull Adjustment System that allows the shooter 1 ¾ inches of adjustment by using quarter-inch ball increments. The jaws and trigger are constructed of heat-treated steel and housed in 6061 T6 alloy, designed for a lifetime in the field. Timney Triggers includes a lifetime warranty on all of their products, and each trigger is made in the USA.
    The new Timney Archery Trigger retails for a suggested price of $89.95. For more information, visit www.timneytriggers.com.

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    I gave these guys a call today to cehck for interest on performing a gear review. They sounded interested and said that the PR guy would be calling to set something up. Hopefully we'll have a review of this product to go with the press release.

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