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New EXTRA! Products Sellmark (817) 225-1625 www.shootingindustry.com/sellmark-corp 2013 Timney Triggers 1-866-4TIMNEY www.shootingindustry.com/timney he Timney replacement trigger for the Savage Axis/Edge rifle is CNC machined from solid steel and case hardened. It’s fully adjustable for pull weight, sear engagement and over-travel. The trigger’s pull weight can be adjusted from 1 1/2 to 4 pounds. Trigger is available in the standard blued version and nickel plated. Timney also announces a replacement trigger for Winchester Model 70 rifles with MOA Trigger Systems. All working parts are CNC machined with all contact/ wear surfaces hardened and polished. The trigger components are machined from high-grade solid steel using electrical discharge machines. Trigger is also available nickel plated. Pull weight can be adjusted from 1 to 3 pounds and trigger has an adjustment for over-travel. T Replacement Trigger for Winchester Model 70 with MOA n Sellmark’s Pulsar line, the Challenger GS 4.5x60 Night Vision Monocular features CF-Super Gen 1+ image intensification technology, which provides edge-to-edge image clarity and increased resolution. The Challenger features an IR illuminator, along with durable housing and a compact, ergonomic, lightweight body style. The Sightmark Solitude XD line of binoculars features 7x36XD, 8x42XD and 10x42XD models with phase-corrected, fully broadband multicoated optics, XD, extra low dispersion glass and Bak-4 roof prisms. The magnesium bridge makes bin90 I Sightmark H2000 oculars lightweight and non-corrosive. The Sightmark H2000 Tactical Flashlight features Cree LEDs that provide 2,000 lumens. The H2000 is constructed with Type II mil-spec anodizing aircraftgrade aluminum and features two hours of continuous battery life. In the Firefield line, the Firefield Bipods feature a padded stock mount and adjustable legs that extend to lengths ranging from 6 to 9 inches on the compact bipod and 9 to 14 inches on the standard bipod. www.shootingindustry.com • NEW BUSINESS YEAR EXTRA 2013 Subscribe to SI DIGITAL