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Old 01-05-2013, 09:14 PM   #1
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I have a savage mark II that was a package deal at dicks about 4 years ago and it didn't have a accu-trigger. Is there a place I can buy the accu-trigger?

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Old 01-08-2013, 03:15 PM   #2
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No you can do way better than the accutrigger with a Rifle Basix SAVR sear and end up with a 1.25 lb trigger for 84 dollars. Buy direct or from EABCO.

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I believe you can find them on cheaper then dirt but I could be wrong but I have the 17hmr with the accutrigger and love it you can have that lite trigger without worrying about miss fires.

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No you can do way better than the accutrigger with a Rifle Basix SAVR sear and end up with a 1.25 lb trigger for 84 dollars. Buy direct or from EABCO.
Ok I'll check it out. That's about half of what I paid for the rifle hah.
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I believe you can find them on cheaper then dirt but I could be wrong but I have the 17hmr with the accutrigger and love it you can have that lite trigger without worrying about miss fires.
I've been thinking about getting a .17hmr. But it's just one to add onto the many guns I want. Are .17 hmr rifles common to find used? I've never really shopped around for one.
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Will I guess you could sell your rifle and buy what you want!!!

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Will I guess you could sell your rifle and buy what you want!!!
I won't sell my savage it was a present from my dad. And I like it. I was just hoping on ways to improve it a little.
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