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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: Jordan Smith] #15437196 11/20/20
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Originally Posted by Jordan Smith
Triggertech. Less creep, easier to adjust for weight, more reliable.


Exactly this.

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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15437562 11/20/20
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I prefer TriggerTech for all of the above listed reasons. The only issue I ever had was on my old GAP Tempest and it just required a taller trigger hanger and it was happy

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15438234 11/21/20
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Trigger tech

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15438572 11/21/20
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Wow! nearly everyone agreeing on one brand. That's huge for the Fire. Sounds like TT is the way to go.

Thanks for the replies.

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15438859 11/21/20
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Jordan Smith talked me into the trigger tech cult on 24HCF.
https://patents.justia.com/assignee/trigger-tech

I finally killed something, a mule doe, with a trigger tech trigger on Oct 24 2020


But seriously folks, anything better than a Timney is wasted on me.
I shot a 0.1" 3 shot group at 50 yards with a 1917 Sav 99 takedown with 6mmBR bull barrel with the 12 pound original trigger.


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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: Sagewind] #15439280 11/21/20
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Don't overlook the Bix n' Andy Dakota or TacSport.

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15440732 11/21/20
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I have two rifles with Triggertech triggers in them. They work okay, I've yet to have any issues with them.


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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15440799 11/22/20
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Originally Posted by gunzo
Wow! nearly everyone agreeing on one brand. That's huge for the Fire. Sounds like TT is the way to go.

Thanks for the replies.



See...now you know something is wrong.


These are my opinions, feel free to disagree.
Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: JSTUART] #15441354 11/22/20
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Originally Posted by JSTUART
Originally Posted by gunzo
Wow! nearly everyone agreeing on one brand. That's huge for the Fire. Sounds like TT is the way to go.

Thanks for the replies.



See...now you know something is wrong.

LOL, like what? Everybody recommending TT is getting a kickback from the manufacturer for every sale?

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: Clarkm] #15441426 11/22/20
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Originally Posted by Clarkm
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Jordan Smith talked me into the trigger tech cult on 24HCF.
https://patents.justia.com/assignee/trigger-tech

I finally killed something, a mule doe, with a trigger tech trigger on Oct 24 2020


But seriously folks, anything better than a Timney is wasted on me.
I shot a 0.1" 3 shot group at 50 yards with a 1917 Sav 99 takedown with 6mmBR bull barrel with the 12 pound original trigger.


What's the barrel contour & length on this? Looks like something I've got in mind.

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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15441567 11/22/20
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Originally Posted by gunzo



What's the barrel contour & length on this? Looks like something I've got in mind.


That rebarreled 250 Sav is a 1995 Rem700 short action. The goal was light weight. It has a 20" barrel, carbon fiber bipod, and light fill rear bag..... 8 pounds 3 ounces without ammo. The Gold coin in the bolt handle does add some weight.

1) The 250 sav is a Rem 700, Lilja 10" twist 3g, trigger tech trigger, PTG bolt, PTG recoil lug, Talley rings with bases, SWFA ultralight BCD scope

115 gr Nos bal tip naked 2.515" 65kpsi per quickload with cfe223
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Hit the 1/2" bullseye at 200y and is sighted in for hunting


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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: Clarkm] #15441586 11/22/20
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Man, that is a humongous bolt handle but whatever floats yer' boat of course! whistle

John

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15441613 11/22/20
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John, I replaced that handle. I make a lot of handles.

My relatives from Sweden pronounce Johnny as "yawnny".


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Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: Clarkm] #15441645 11/22/20
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Originally Posted by Clarkm
John, I replaced that handle. I make a lot of handles.

My relatives from Sweden pronounce Johnny as "yawnny".

Yep, I now answer to "John" , "Yon", "Yawn" and "Yawnny"!

My masters' students coming from Germany initially have a hard time with the informality at Swedish universities, and are not comfortable calling me "John" at first.

I keep correcting them, but at least initially, I am "Professor Herr Doktor" until they loosen up! grin

John

Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: gunzo] #15441647 11/22/20
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TT Primary for the price compared to a Timney all day. I also like Shilens in that price range.

TT Special/Diamond price range, I'll go with a Bix N Andy all day long.



Re: Timney vs. Triggertech [Re: jpb] #15442122 11/22/20
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Originally Posted by jpb
that is a humongous bolt handle


check out THIS bad boy.....

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