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Savage Accutrigger

I have a Savage 10ML with the Accutrigger. From the bench the trigger is fine, but in hunting situations I want a gun that fires when I squeeze the trigger. Too much trigger movement for my liking in the Accutrigger. Already pricing replacement single stage triggers, just wondering what others think of the Accutrigger in situations where a fast shot is necessary?
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I have a 220F. Never had a problem using it in the field as is. It is similar to a two stage trigger.

Spend some time dry firing to get the feel for it and save some money.

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Rifle Basix and Sharp Shooter Supply have nice Savage triggers that won't break the bank.
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You can remove the center piece of the trigger, or wire it back to the trigger guard.......several of the guys that shoot their 22's in our plinker league have done it.....

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I have a 220F. Never had a problem using it in the field as is. It is similar to a two stage trigger.

Spend some time dry firing to get the feel for it and save some money.
I have the same gun as dogface.....I've never had an issue.

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I hate them.

I really think they are stupid and unnecessary. I don't like the feel either.

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I hate them.

I really think they are stupid and unnecessary. I don't like the feel either.
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Re: Savage Accutrigger

I have Savages with Rifle Basix, Sharp Shooter Supply, modified Accutrigger and factory Accutrigger. I have no issues or complaints with the Accutrigger system. It isn't my first choice for a varmint/target rifle but I'd hardly consider it a detriment in any way. I don't see how it could have any impact on a quick shot with a muzzleloader.

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I have Savages with Rifle Basix, Sharp Shooter Supply, modified Accutrigger and factory Accutrigger. I have no issues or complaints with the Accutrigger system. It isn't my first choice for a varmint/target rifle but I'd hardly consider it a detriment in any way. I don't see how it could have any impact on a quick shot with a muzzleloader.
All of my hunting guns have very light trigger pulls. When my finger touches the trigger, I expect the gun to fire. The lock time with the Savage ML shooting smokeless powder is pretty quick. Not saying there is anything wrong with the Accutrigger, its just not what I am used too and for around $100, I don't have to get used to it.
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Not saying there is anything wrong with the Accutrigger, its just not what I am used too and for around $100, I don't have to get used to it.
Then why bother even asking what others think?

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