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Hey all. I could use a little help. I have a chassis coming from Accurate Rifle Systems for my 6mm BR. I now need a trigger to change it from mid grip to rear grip. I want one that can be adjusted under one pound and of course smooth. This is a bench gun so the lighter the pull the better.
 
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Bix & Andy, FlavoFlar( not sure if spelled right), Kelby, Jewel - Tiggers
The Jewel will be the least cost, these are for 700 style actions as I am guessing that is what you are inquiring about.
 
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This is for my Savage Striker conversion. If money was not an issue what is the best trigger out there? Not really sure exactly what I need. I have never done one of these before.
 
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I just finished rebarreling and converting a 308 striker to a 6.5 Creedmoor with a 17" shilen bull barrel and a holland muzzle beake.I used a sharp shooter supply competition trigger for one hundred and two dollar, pull range is from 2lb to 12oz. And accurate rifle system pistol chassis.
 
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Great price! Did it require any alterations? do you get any trigger creep? How does it shoot?
 
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No alteration,no creep,true drop in, trigger is fully adjustable. Have'nt shot it, just moved to the Reno, Paris Texas area from Fairbanks Alaska,Having a time finding a place to shoot.
 
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Thanks for the info. I will give the trigger a try.
 
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Has anyone used the Rifle basics SAV-2?
 
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I used a R.B. in a savage rifle, very crisp no creep.


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Thank you. I have one on the way.
 
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