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Old December 6, 2012, 10:53 PM   #17
Join Date: February 11, 2011
Location: Ozarks
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My opinion, of course, but staging a DA trigger is a bad habit, so I'd be fixing any stack in a DA trigger, and learning to pull the DA trigger with a smooth constant pull.
That's interesting... I'm curious, do you consider it a bad habit because
a) it's dangerous (risk of ND)
b) it's bad for the action
or c) it's just bad technique?
And when you say "fixing any stack" - does that mean addressing the internal mechanisms, or just shooting enough that it smooths out?
Thanks, I'd really like to know.
I'd always considered it a reasonable option, although I've never really bothered to do it.
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