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After Market Triggers

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Re: After Market Triggers

Originally Posted by kcebcj View Post
I was considering a Jewel trigger but have read on this forum that they are really fussy and donít deal with dirt well. I simply donít know so I need all the help I can get to make a decision. Sounds like the Timney might be a better choice.

What ever trigger I chose it will be installed by a local smith.

Thanks for the input so far.
No well made trigger does well if it is not taken care of. And in tough conditions they
all should be cleaned periodically to keep them working well.

The premium trigger is a precision instrument and should be treated as such. the only
way to solve this is to install a 6 to 8lb trigger that is not effected by poor care.

My choice is still the Jewel but the Timney will still be problematic if not cared for.

The choice is yours.

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