Re: Double set triggers?
Double set triggers are very common in Europe and in Black powder single shots here.
In operation, they allow the shooter to choose between a normal "heavy" pull and a very light "set" pull. One of the triggers when pulled back will set the trigger (arm the springs within the trigger housing). This one is usually the rear trigger. The other, mostly front, with very light pressure releases the sear and off you go.
This front trigger also becomes the heavy trigger when the trigger is not set (rear trigger not pulled back first).
They are not commonly used in NA on a hunting rig. Can they work, of course they can. Just remember that the set trigger may be difficult to feel if your fingers are cold and numb. Then I would just use the "heavy" pull as I would on any other rifle.
Best of both worlds. I would put them on my other rifles if they were available. CZ offers a single set trigger (they used to offer double triggers) on most of their rifles. They shoot great and the set trigger is an excellent feature.