Re: Tubb speed lock firing pin
I have a Tubbs speedlock kit on a Winchester, a Rem. 700, and a Savage 112. Really helped the locktime on the Winchester. Helped the Remington as well, but created a couple other issues that I still have not solved. The Savage was a waste of time. Maybe a little faster, but also was getting firing pin bounce just like the Remington. Also had the hardend tip of the firing pin come apart on either the Savage or the Remington (can't remember).
My Savage and the Remington were titanium firing pins, the Winchester was aluminum with a hard tip like the others. Don't think Tubbs does titanium anymore. There is another brand out there, that I think is better. Can't remember the name brand. Then there is the outfit that Holland sells as well.