Trigger Tech vs Timney Trigger

Euler

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I have several 510's, and may latest build has a TT Special. I think I'll be using the TT for future builds as well.
 

WYO300RUM

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I have 2 TriggerTech's and 1 Timney . Like both but really like the TT's. Have one at 2.5 pds. For hunting. Other 1.5 pds for mostly target. If I buy another trigger , right now I'd go with another TT. Glad you did. Think you will like it.
What you using Ol'Red ?
 

tnek13

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Trigger Tech all the way. Had a Timney on a custom rifle the company gunsmith had adjusted it for a 2.5 lbs release no overtravel after a couple of range sessions the trigger hung up. It only took a 1/4 turn on the overtravel screw to get things working properly. I have used Timney triggers for years, I now use Trigger tech. Oh, on the rifle mentioned above, it now has a Trigger Tech on it.
 

Tulsa Reiner

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The trigger that is in the gun is one of the Lawyered Up Triggers, tried to dial it in, waste of time.

I ordered a Trigger Tech this morning, got to be better than a trigger with Lawyer written all over it.

Thanks for the input guys. Love this sight.
Just to add another vote, Randy: My new 6.5 PRC from Gunwerks carries a Trigger Tech, and I love it. Once I get the crosshairs on target, I lay my finger on the trigger and barely squeeze.......BOOM.
 

Hired Gun

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I prefer the Trigger Tech far and above all other brand triggers. It's not even close and this is on instrumented testing. Bix'n Andy is now second place. All others mentioned would not be missed if they all disappeared. Trigger Tech was recently adopted on Weatherby Mark 5 rifles.

The lower the pull weight the more the difference is apparent. I really like the one ounce per click feature. It's just quality in every way at a lot less than what the others are asking. So cheaper and better! Capitalism at it's finest.
 

WYO300RUM

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I prefer the Trigger Tech far and above all other brand triggers. It's not even close and this is on instrumented testing. Bix'n Andy is now second place. All others mentioned would not be missed if they all disappeared. Trigger Tech was recently adopted on Weatherby Mark 5 rifles.

The lower the pull weight the more the difference is apparent. I really like the one ounce per click feature. It's just quality in every way at a lot less than what the others are asking. So cheaper and better! Capitalism at it's finest.
They are on Christianson Arms rifles also I guess . One on my Ridgeline .
 

Matt Moser

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Hi guys & girls

Trigger Tech all the way, their entry level trigger breaks crisp, no creep, no drama. I’ll not use anything else untill the competition steps their game up.

unfortunately the old main players have been caught sleeping and are loosing market share quickley.

Upgrade to a special for your hunting rig and you will be happy with it until you can’t squeeze it anymore.

no BS.

MM
 

WYO300RUM

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My Ridgeline came with one also, perfect design. I was impressed, right up there with Jewell's that cost 3 times as much.
I got my Ridgeline down to 2.5 pds.. Perfect for hunting for me. I put a trigger tech in my Rem. 700 also. Had Timney in it forever. I liked it but like TT a little better.
 

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