Howa Mini Action Trigger Guard

Item: HOW-00010  In Stock
  Manufacturer: DIP, inc
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MSRP: $139.99 Your Price: $119.97
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Aluminum Replacement *Trigger Guard for the HOWA MiniAction rifles! Gone are the broken action screw tabs.

Direct replacement for the plastic factory trigger guard/mag well.
We redesigned the magazine catch spring perch location to add a noticeable amount of tension to help prevent accidental magazine drops.

Caliber engraving available for $3 extra upon request.

Customer Magazine catch "HOW TO" install video.

Flush Magazine Modification From the 6.5 Grendel Forum

Made here locally in the Northwest!

Tools needed:
Purple Thread Locker - Low Strength
T30 TORX bit(for action screws)

When installing the magazine catch and spring, cut a tooth pick so it is the same width as the catch and use it to hold the spring onto the catch while installing them into the trigger guard/mag well.

*Engraving will NOT appear on the magazine well.
6061 Aircraft Aluminum
Fully CNC machined
Made in the U.S.A. from US bar stock

Hard coat black anodized
  • Manufacturer: DIP, inc
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 lbs
Average Rating   5 stars (based on 26 reviews)
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Recent Reviews Rating: Reviewed By: Aaron M. Review Date: 11/13/2020 Comments: Bought Howa mini action trigger guard and magazine catch. Fits great! Fast shipping!
Rating: Reviewed By: Martin M. Review Date: 9/30/2020 Comments: I ordered this trigger guard after buying and installing DIP's replacement mag release on the stock trigger guard. I wasn't fully happy with the fit and function of the mag release in the stock plastic trigger guard. After installing both on my rifle, I'...
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Rating: Reviewed By: James V. Review Date: 9/25/2020 Comments: Fits and looks great, shipping was unbelievable fast
Rating: Reviewed By: Robert C. Review Date: 5/21/2020 Comments: I bought two of these for my Howa Minis. The factory stock fits me well and even has aluminum pillars for the action screws. The plastic bottom "metal" became unusable after a few removals. The mag releases took a few minutes to install after watching a v...
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Rating: Reviewed By: Victor E. Review Date: 4/2/2020 Comments: Thanks to the video and Mark M.`s review on making a slave pin, I was able to install the new trigger guard. It was a little tedious for a 74 year old man with shaky hands, but it was doable. You can easily tell the difference in spring tension and I re...
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