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Accu-Trigger vs Rifle Basix

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Unread 01-15-2012, 04:18 PM
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Accu-Trigger vs Rifle Basix

I was thinking about switching out the accu-trigger on my savage 10fp to a rifle basix. Would it be a worthwhile upgrade or would the money be better spent on something else. Thanks
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    Unread 01-15-2012, 04:34 PM
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    Re: Accu-Trigger vs Rifle Basix

    Have you had a chance to adjust the see if you can set it where you like it? Having asked that question....I did replace the AccuTrigger in one of my BVSS's with a SAV-2. I really like the SAV-2.....but I could not use the lighter spring in the kit, the one that allows you to set the trigger down to 2 oz. With that lighter spring, I could easily induce a slamfire, switching the safety off could induce the firing pin to let go. I think other guys have experienced the same thing. Right now...I'm set @ 2.5 lbs...which is plenty light for my needs.

    Guess if you're not happy with the factory trigger.....the SAV-2 is a really nice alternative!

    Good Luck,

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