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Old November 26, 2012, 12:28 PM   #7
Metal god
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Join Date: April 10, 2012
Location: San Diego CA
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I believe what makes a bad trigger , is a trigger that does not work . If the trigger works properly then its a good trigger . At this point we can get in to what makes a trigger better . I think that depends on what type of gun and the intended use will be . although pull wieght matters , I don't believe the pull wieght makes a trigger good or bad . I wouild not want a 2 oz trigger on my combat rifle and I would not want a 7lb pull on my bench gun . Neither of these wieghts make the trigger bad just not best for the application
As of this date 8-18-14 at 6:42am I became a proud grandfather I guess I'm officially old

I hear Glock just came out with a new pistol . I hear it's a tribute to the senate and the house of representatives . It's called the congressman . It hardly ever works and can't be fired .
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