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Question about trigger assemblies?

Here are 2 Sako trigger assembly's. Notice the difference on the front where the screw tightens the assembly. I have found the 1 on the left (style wise) to generally be able to be set to a lower pull safely than the one on the right. I have one on a 375 H&H @ 2 1/2lbs & 1 on a 223 @ 2lbs, bot are safe. I find the one on the right (style wise) has trouble going below 3lbs safe. 2 3/4lbs is about the best I've done with that style. What are others finding? Any input would be great!

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