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Old 06-03-2007, 05:16 PM
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Re: Savage AccuTrigger

wildcat338 & 52449

I've got 2 rifles with SSS triggers in them and 1 rifle & 1 pistol(striker) with the Rifle Basix trigger in them. I'd be hard pressed to recommend one over the other, both are a pleasure to shoot with, although the one in the stiker has only been dry fired a few time to set up, still waiting on some parts. I don't own anything with the Accu trigger in it so I can't compare the after markets to it, but I don't think you'll regret getting either the RB or the SSS.

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Old 06-03-2007, 09:59 PM
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Re: Savage AccuTrigger

winmagman

Thanks for the info come to think of it I do believe that the 6br I bought from 308nate has a SSS trigger in it and its GREAT!!! No experience with the RB triggers though.

Thanks Again have a good one!!!
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Old 06-16-2007, 03:42 PM
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Don't know why everyone is hatin' on the accutrigger, but I think it is as fine a factory trigger as you'll find. Is a Jewell better??? Sure it is. It also costs $185 + installation. I still have the factory accutrigger on my 6-250 that Kirby built and to be honest, I like it better than the Rifle Basix on that is on my 270 AM. It is a nice crisp 9 oz.

[/ QUOTE ]i feel the same way!!!
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Old 06-16-2007, 03:46 PM
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My BVSS came with a trigger adjusted as light as it would go. Still was very heavy. I cut the trigger return spring so it just touched the receiver when cocked. Made a big difference and still functions correctly. I weighed the center trigger "thingy" (sorry if I got too technical!) and it was adding over a pound of trigger weight so I did the same thing to it. Made a world of difference and works great. It is set at about 1.25 pounds.

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that the same thing i did works great.
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