Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

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Tim L
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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#16 Postby Tim L » Fri Sep 20, 2019 3:18 pm

Not wanting to take the focus from Marty, but for FStd and TR , QLD also provide.

Peter Bevan is making (to order, they aren't on the shelf) a 2 stage adjustable Barnard drop in.
NOTE he does not hold stock so it won't be in the post tomorrow. He gets orders for 5 or 6, makes them and ships them. I believe the current price is $620.
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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#17 Postby Jakec27 » Fri Sep 20, 2019 3:43 pm

They sound good Marty, the only reason I haven’t put a jewel trigger on my Barnard was I didn’t want to alter my stock. I will be looking forward to ordering one of these
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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#18 Postby Josh Cox » Fri Sep 20, 2019 5:07 pm

A few FNQ shooters (myself included) have been using Marty Loberts' prototype triggers for about a year, in my opinion these triggers are so much smoother and much more reliable than the standard Barnard trigger.

I now have two of them (the final product), I would like to claim it's made me a better lover, I'll have to settle with I love the product, so very simple in design and very very well built.

I think Marty has a special on this month, for every trigger sold you'll get a wallet size colour photo of Marty in his crutchless Gladiator costume (the one he wore to Mardi Gras), not sure if that's going to help increase sales Marty......... just saying.
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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#19 Postby bruce moulds » Fri Sep 20, 2019 5:26 pm

I thought the photo was marty in a rubber crutchless mankini.
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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#20 Postby SteveL » Fri Sep 20, 2019 6:37 pm

Hi All, Marty makes a great trigger and I have traveled to Perth with one if anyone is interested in giving one a try after the F Class Nationals.

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#21 Postby UL1700 » Sat Sep 21, 2019 11:37 am

I have been reading this with interest. I have always wanted to try a Bix N Andy but when the quote came in at nearly $1100 I simply couldn't justify it and with a unknown quantity of stock modifications on top. For a heavy trigger I have no issues with the Barnard but when you try and crank the weight down with the light spring set slam fires quickly become an issue. Anyway Marty's sounds like a good compromise so I have emailed in my order! Fingers crossed he has one or we can get the numbers together for a 2nd run!

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#22 Postby RonM » Sat Sep 21, 2019 1:21 pm

I ordered two from Marty yesterday, can't wait to install them! [-o< :)

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#23 Postby Steve N » Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:04 am

Marty I am also interested in getting triggered up but where do we get the Gladiator outfits??

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger

#24 Postby cheech » Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:04 am

Im very interested in Martys trigger , can someone confirm to me the trigger unit is capable of drop in/ clean swap easily enough without requiring a gunsmith for us remote shooters

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger

#25 Postby RDavies » Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:25 am

cheech wrote:Im very interested in Martys trigger , can someone confirm to me the trigger unit is capable of drop in/ clean swap easily enough without requiring a gunsmith for us remote shooters

Yes, myself and others have swapped them out for Barnard triggers in about 10 minutes with no mods required, just an Allen key to undo the trigger.

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger

#26 Postby cheech » Sat Sep 28, 2019 9:03 am

RDavies wrote:
cheech wrote:Im very interested in Martys trigger , can someone confirm to me the trigger unit is capable of drop in/ clean swap easily enough without requiring a gunsmith for us remote shooters

Yes, myself and others have swapped them out for Barnard triggers in about 10 minutes with no mods required, just an Allen key to undo the trigger.


Rod , thanks for the response as long as the trigger adjustment itself is straight forward all good, im not bad with the Barnard trigger Mainly do a lot myself out of necessity don’t have the time to drive 3 hrs for 10min jobs
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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#27 Postby Brad Y » Wed Oct 02, 2019 9:15 pm

I played with one of these triggers at the WARA queens and very neat ran off with it, no doubt with Steve Laz in hot pursuit! A really nice product. If I was to run a Barnard p this would be my trigger of choice, I wasnt a fan of the factory trigger.

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#28 Postby Josh Cox » Fri Oct 04, 2019 11:50 am

Brad, did you see Steve Laz run ?, like with his legs ?,,,,, did he put his beer down first ?

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#29 Postby Brad Y » Fri Oct 04, 2019 10:40 pm

Josh sorry for my fat fingers, that was meant to say very nearly ran off with it. No we just sat and chatted for a while over lunch. Got plenty of time for Steve, nice bloke.

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Re: Which Barnard aftermarket trigger?

#30 Postby RDavies » Fri Oct 04, 2019 11:10 pm

Brad Y wrote: Got plenty of time for Steve, nice bloke.

Just met him I take it? :D :D


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