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    The Trigger Tech in my APR is awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-grunt View Post
    The Trigger Tech in my APR is awesome.
    Man is it good to see a m4c member here with an apr rig...they got their start on texasbowhunter & are top shelf. Good stuff.
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    I just compared the stock HMR to an 8 year old Timney 510 and a 20+ year old stock (with pull weight set to a little under 4 lbs) Rem 700 . The stock HMR definitely leaves a lot to be desired from a weight consistency perspective. The old stock 700 trigger is still shockingly good, and a bit better than my other stock 700 trigger (unknown age).

    I didn't realize how much overtravel the HMR has until I went from it straight to the Timney.

    Once I start shooting bolt guns regularly again, the HMR's trigger will end up in my box of parts.

    I've never heard a bad comment on TriggerTech's offerings, so I'll probably try a Special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artos View Post
    Man is it good to see a m4c member here with an apr rig...they got their start on texasbowhunter & are top shelf. Good stuff.
    There's at least three of us here now.
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    IraqGunz:
    No dude is going to get shot in the chest at 300 yards and look down and say "What is that, a 3 MOA group?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artos View Post
    Man is it good to see a m4c member here with an apr rig...they got their start on texasbowhunter & are top shelf. Good stuff.
    I love My APR Maverick. So much so that I have Alamo building another rifle for me.

    BTW I really like the Trigger Tech Special trigger on my APR. I ordered one for another rifle I have.
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    Hey, Pappa…..have you ordered a Trigger Tech yet? Thanks to this thread, I ordered a Special.


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    Just ordered one, bought a Trigger Tech Diamond with flat face.

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    You should enjoy using it. Mine arrived today, and it's a dramatic improvement over stock. I've currently got it set it a hair under 3 lbs (it's impressively consistent), but might change it to 2.5.

    I'm not convinced that it's better than the Timney 510 in an AAC-SD, but it might be more consistent. It does have more over travel than the Timney (which barely moves), which I suppose could be a result of it being in a Bergara instead of a Remington.
    Last edited by grizzman; 04-09-22 at 18:52.

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    Pappabear's trigger says for Rem 700 "Without Bolt Release". Is that ok for the Bergara?
    Last edited by markm; 04-10-22 at 09:10.
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    I think so since the Bergara has the bolt release on the side of the receiver.
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    3rd Brigade 3rd Infantry Division
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    IraqGunz:
    No dude is going to get shot in the chest at 300 yards and look down and say "What is that, a 3 MOA group?"

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