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Old July 11, 2013, 12:37 PM   #5
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While it can be eliminated, the trigger "flop" is only a problem, if it bothers you, or affects you ability to shoot the rifle well.

The "flop" of the trigger actually has a beneficial effect, giving the trigger some "wiggle room" if you should brush/touch it with your finger(s) while working the lever. While it may not prevent a painful pinch, having some trigger flop means that it might decrease the odds of it happening...
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