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DLab 01-20-2020 09:06 AM

High end triggers
 
They made and supplied the Fabio Fare triggers.
http://www.sidhe.it/en/production/rifle-components

https://bixn-andy.at/en/blaser-r93-2/
Another trigger getting popular with some US shooters.
Both manufactured using bearings.
Certainly not your typical hunting trigger,interesting to see where tech.and material advances are taking us though.

Salavee 01-20-2020 11:15 AM

Huber Concepts have a similar trigger. I bought one a couple of years ago to use on my Husqvarna HVA . It's simple and and reliable. Works as advertised.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrwWy3sHZvA

Cheyenne 1 01-20-2020 06:29 PM

Trigger tech uses bearing as well
I have used quite a few of them and they are very crisp

I run a trigger tech diamond in one of my guns set at a few ounces
Works very well.
I have a new Flavio to try in my new gun, will get to try that out as soon as my action gets here.

DLab 01-20-2020 06:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cheyenne 1 (Post 4096701)
Trigger tech uses bearing as well
I have used quite a few of them and they are very crisp

I run a trigger tech diamond in one of my guns set at a few ounces
Works very well.
I have a new Flavio to try in my new gun, will get to try that out as soon as my action gets here.

Flavio,misspelled that.
Trigger tech uses a roller in their design, between the trigger and sear,don't believe it's a bearing though.
I like them also,nice trigger for the price,have all 3 Rem. models in use right now.

Cheyenne 1 01-20-2020 07:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DLab (Post 4096725)
Flavio,misspelled that.
Trigger tech uses a roller in their design, between the trigger and sear,don't believe it's a bearing though.
I like them also,nice trigger for the price,have all 3 Rem. models in use right now.

Yes the trigger tech has a roller.
The others have bearings, bix and andy is the same.
Quite a bit of controversy as to who made the flare trigger, and who put there name on it.

fordtruckin 01-20-2020 08:00 PM

had the opportunity to try a trigger tech last week. A buddy has 2 of them in his bench guns. Definitely have to say they are amazing, broke like an icicle.

DLab 01-20-2020 08:16 PM

Two things I think that really stand out with the TT's,the pull feels like half what your Trigger gauge tells you and they don't "break" like a traditional trigger when you pull them...they're just.. "there".
The Diamond set at 6 ounces is a bit scary for light feel to the finger,the Pro curve trigger upgrade is worth the extra.IMHO

marky_mark 01-21-2020 05:48 AM

For a remington
Its hard to beat a tt diamond
The bix'n andys are way more expensive and not sure how they could be that much better??

Flatlandliver 01-21-2020 05:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Salavee (Post 4096435)
Huber Concepts have a similar trigger. I bought one a couple of years ago to use on my Husqvarna HVA . It's simple and and reliable. Works as advertised.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrwWy3sHZvA

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manitou210 01-21-2020 08:47 PM

Flavio
 
HAD A CHANCE TO TRY A Flavio I HAVE JEWEL & canjar as well Timmny well the Favio is by far the finest trigger I have seen

Cheyenne 1 01-22-2020 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marky_mark (Post 4096887)
For a remington
Its hard to beat a tt diamond
The bix'n andys are way more expensive and not sure how they could be that much better??

Diamonds are nice. Can tell you that there is a huge difference in the feel of a bix and Andy. Are they worth the money ? Not sure but from a diamond they are another notch up.
I hope my action shows up soon and I can test the Flavio and see how it compare to the Bix

marky_mark 01-22-2020 07:47 PM

[QUOTE=Cheyenne 1;4097811]Diamonds are nice. Can tell you that there is a huge difference in the feel of a bix and Andy. Are they worth the money ? Not sure but from a diamond they are another notch up.
I hope my action shows up soon and I can test the Flavio and see how it compare to the Bix[/QUOTE

Really??? Thatís crazy! Good to know.. thanks
Iíll have to try one

DLab 01-23-2020 06:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cheyenne 1 (Post 4097811)
Diamonds are nice. Can tell you that there is a huge difference in the feel of a bix and Andy. Are they worth the money ? Not sure but from a diamond they are another notch up.
I hope my action shows up soon and I can test the Flavio and see how it compare to the Bix

Yup,I see the Bix showing up on BR equipment lists more often down South as of late.The Flavio was on the Equip. list at last years BR Worlds in Calgary.

I have no doubt they're a notch up from the Diamond.I don't shoot competitive Bench rest and although I love a nice trigger I can't justify the cost of either for shooting the local Beer Belly Bench Rest League.
As far as Jewell triggers go,I wasn't overly impressed with the last BR model I had,couldn't adjust the creep out of it and keep it safe.There will always Jewell fans,but these new Triggers must be cutting into their sales.

4570 01-24-2020 03:06 PM

Equip. list at last years BR Worlds
 
Might you have a link to this equipment list?

thanks

Cheyenne 1 01-24-2020 04:57 PM

https://bergerbullets.com/swn/

DLab 01-25-2020 09:15 AM

WBC 15 LV and HV Equipment list
 
http://benchrest.com/attachment.php?...6&d=1563899612


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