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Old February 11th, 2015, 04:56 AM   #1
 
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New Charger TD - Great Trigger

Just picked up my new Charger TD. It looks great. Hopefully I'll get to shoot it soon. I think I got lucky on the trigger. The trigger breaks cleanly and consistently at 3.5 lbs. I had expected to find a normal 7 lb or so trigger. I was planning on doing a trigger job on it but not now. It's good to go as is! All I'm going to do is put in a bolt release, LH safety and a poly buffer and I'm done (for now).

Anyone else find a good trigger?



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Old February 14th, 2015, 04:00 AM   #2
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Congrats! My trigger isn't bad. Need to get to the range and really test it though. ..
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Just picked up my new Charger TD. It looks great. Hopefully I'll get to shoot it soon. I think I got lucky on the trigger. The trigger breaks cleanly and consistently at 3.5 lbs. I had expected to find a normal 7 lb or so trigger. I was planning on doing a trigger job on it but not now. It's good to go as is! All I'm going to do is put in a bolt release, LH safety and a poly buffer and I'm done (for now).

Anyone else find a good trigger?

I was going to start a thread & just saw yours.
Thanks for posting!

I do not own a 10/22, but have shot a few & my new Charger(standard model) has a much better trigger that both the 10/22's I have tried.

Mine breaks a little less that 6 lbs. after 250 rounds & has smoothed out nicely.

So, my question is, knowing that its the same trigger group that the 10/22's use, are the new rifle triggers better also or did we just get lucky?
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I've been hearing and reading good things about the Ruger BX trigger, my charger td trigger feels between 4 and 6 lbs, and the claims are that the BX brings it down to 2lbs,, for now I like mine the way it is and cant justify the $90 yet.
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