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Old 02-19-2009, 10:43 PM   #1
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I've been thinking about getting one to replace my 100 ATR's gnarly factory boom switch. Anyone have any experience with these? Anyone know if they're made in the US?
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Old 02-19-2009, 11:35 PM   #2
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Rifle Basix makes great triggers. We put them in a lot of tactical rifles.

They aren't as well known as Timney, but they are every bit as good.

I believe they are 100% US made. We usually order thru Brownells I think.

They a good, rugged, field trigger - they can be tuned pretty easy and they hold their setting, even in a bang around brush or field gun.

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I have 2 rifles, 1 $16000 and the other $6000, with these triggers and they are magnificent. I had 4 different men try the trigger and asked them what poundage they were set at. The answers were 1.5# - 2#. They are set at a measured 3.5#.
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Like JD and repete said they are good. I have never used one only because it was out of stock when I ordered my Timney.
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Thanks for the info fellas. As soon as I can actually find one I will order it.
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