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Old 06-14-2012, 02:28 AM   #1
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Does anybody have any experience with a rifle basix aftermarket trigger?



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Old 06-14-2012, 02:24 PM   #2
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Extensive. I have them in two of my rifles. Very good, tuneable, reliable aftermarket trigger. Usually an easy drop in without any drama.

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I was thinking about getting one for my Remington 700. I wasn't sure if It was as adjustable as they claim to be

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I have never had any problem with them. They drop right in and are very easy to adjust. If you are going to go down into the crazy low range like Benchrest (2-5 ounces) I would recommend having a serious gunsmith install a customized trigger, or perhaps one with a two stage setting like the old style rifles, just because that weight is CRAZY low for carrying the rifle for any reason.

As for normal adjustments under 2 pounds, the Rifle Basix is a solid trigger and it is pretty heavy duty for field carry and isn't as pristine as some others out there that require a bit more care and comfort (Jewell).

I like them and haven't had a bad experience with them yet.

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