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    rifle basix triggers

    Ive been wanting to replace the trigger in my winchester for a bit now. I would prefer a jewel but un-fortunately things are not going to plan. Now rifle basix are only 75 which appeals at the moment. Anybody use 1 and what are they like??

    Cheers
    Nutty

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    Got one on my rem 700 - it's very good , the trigger on my win mod 70 is excellent , is there something wrong with yours ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterford103 View Post
    Got one on my rem 700 - it's very good , the trigger on my win mod 70 is excellent , is there something wrong with yours ?


    Cheers. I find Im concentrating more on my trigger pull with this rifle. Thats something Ive never had to with any other rifle Ive owned. Dont get me wrong the triggers fine but just not quite there for myself.

    Nutty

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    Have one on my Savage Model 25: works very much better than the standard AccuTrigger (which is god awful) and easy'ish to install and set up.

    I bought mine direct...cost very little compared to UK Ltd sources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barkingsnake View Post
    Have one on my Savage Model 25: works very much better than the standard AccuTrigger (which is god awful) and easy'ish to install and set up.

    I bought mine direct...cost very little compared to UK Ltd sources.

    Cheers. Strange thing personal taste. I loved the accu- trigger on my savage. I found it light and crisp.

    Nutty

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuttyspaniel View Post
    I loved the accu- trigger on my savage. I found it light and crisp.

    Nutty
    I found it gritty and draggy and then found the Achilles heal: if one releases the trigger when inserting the bolt on the Model 25 it allows the sear to slip into the indent just behind the bolt head and then the "safety feature" kicks in and locks the bolt solid.
    Fortunately it was a on a range day when I found this out and a friend had a full set of Allen Keys that allowed me to strip the shitty thing, punch out the trigger pins to remove bolt and then replace all the bits... What good design I cried to the skies and surfed the web for better options.

    Funny how these gun reviewers NEVER have an issue and this was outing number 3...

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    Excellent trigger for the money, I have one on my .222

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    Cheers for the input.

    Nutty

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuttyspaniel View Post
    Ive been wanting to replace the trigger in my winchester for a bit now. I would prefer a jewel but un-fortunately things are not going to plan. Now rifle basix are only 75 which appeals at the moment. Anybody use 1 and what are they like??

    Cheers
    Nutty
    Who's doing them for 75? I want two for my Remmy 700's

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    Rimfire magic bud. Remember though Ive.a winchester there may be a difference in price between different models.

    Nutty

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