I prefer the ADL.
Learned the bump n flip as a kid w a 660.
You dont fully chamber the other rounds to get em out
But every year I see folks w BDL/ ADL at the range cranking the bolt like a madman to chamber/ then unchamber the remaining rounds to unload
Also seen folks bump triggers and not know it when closing bolts.
Had a 28 oz trigger on one, unloaded and guy wanted to test it and it tripped when he closed the bolt. I was watching and indeed he bumped the trigger. He didnt feel it so claimed it must not have happened.
But I fuggin watched for it.
Off the trigger isnt same as out of the trigger guard.
Dude muat have thought so as he drug the side of trigger w index.
How many people have done same?
Bought two Rem rifles w unsafe triggers. One the guy said he set the M7 light, close the bolt slow. Idiot. You can only set a trigger as low as it can safely go. Stack up of tolerances or whatever, you dont pick a value and let things be.
I always changed springs on my Walkers. No problems.
The other was a 600 set so bad, and dumped at a shop by somebody never seen before- and he didnt disclose yje problem ( gee wonder why ).
Good thing I bought it and fixed it.
Somebody else might not and a tragedy happen.
My 35 rem 760 was from 63. Bought it two or 3 yrs ago and it took me 2 hrs to clean the trigger group. Whatever they used had solidified like pink plastic, all over.
Got a Smith m60 non functional. Innards totally shelllacked.
Proly used wd40 and tossed in a drawer for 30 yrs.
Gun cleaned up like new
People on avg dont maintain their stuff.
Got nice big manufacturers to blame.