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Is the BX drop in trigger that much better?

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Old January 26th, 2020, 11:04 AM   #31
 
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I installed the power custom hammer, sear, shims and springs and really like it. I have not tried the BX but looks like an easy way to improve the trigger.



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Old January 26th, 2020, 06:10 PM   #32
 
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[QUOTE=flyboy61;4458667]I have tried a BX trigger at Cabela's, and will say it is better than the stock trigger n my 10-22, but before the BX, I installed a Volquartsen Target Hammer, and it tamed my rifle's trigger pull to a nice 3 lbs! It cost less than te BX, and was worth the money, I think. [/QU

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BX trigger works great is easy to install, I have them installed on my two and they make them more fun to shoot and they are reliable. You can get a better trigger group from other manufacturers but they get expensive. If you get a better trigger later on you will have no trouble selling your used BX trigger. They do not wear out.
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