$7.50 – $16.30
Select screws according to the type of firearm. GD2ENF,GD2ENS,GD2J65,GD2J77,GD2MNL,GD2RUG,GD2SAK,GD2SPK,GD2SVG,GD2SXL,GD3REM,GD3WIN,GD3WIN54,GD4MLK
An inexpensive way to replace damaged guard screws.
Damaged screws on the trigger guard can negatively impact a rifle’s appearance. And, since appearance is a critical element in maintaining a firearm’s value, replacing the damaged parts is a smart way to protect your investment.
Forster Trigger Guard Screws, with their superior blued finish, workmanship and fit, provide you with an inexpensive way to upgrade the appearance of your firearms in a hurry. All guard (receiver mounting) screws are slotted, machine turned, and coated with black oxide.
Provided in sets of two, three, and four, depending on gun model.
NOTE – If you are purchasing screws for a scarce double set trigger Mauser, the rear screw in this Forster set will not be long enough to engage the threads of your rare gun. The solution is to order a special screw that is .156″ longer than standard.
Enfield reg., Enfield straightened, 6.5 Jap, 7.7 Jap, Mauser, locking type, Mauser, non-locking, Original Ruger 77, Ruger Part Numbers – D47 & D48, Remington, Sako (all except Model 75), Springfield/Krag, Savage 110, Springfield XLong Rear Tang, (03A3), Winchester 54, Winchester 70