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Shilen vs. Rifle Basix vs. Timney

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Unread 08-16-2009, 04:41 AM
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Re: Shilen vs. Rifle Basix vs. Timney

My only aftermarket trigger experience is with Rifle Basix. I replaced a x-mark on my R700 with RB's L-1k.

Replacement was easy and trigger is perfect, no take up, no over travel and breaks at just over 2 pounds. Iíve had it a little over a year with somewhere between 600-700 rounds fire and countless hundreds of dry fires and it is still as tight, reliable and consistent as the day I put it on. With in the next couple months I will be buying another for a different R700.
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