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what is an accutrigger? you guys always talk about it and i never know what yall are talking about

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  • rudyglove27
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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with NolanOsborne answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • streack
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    The Accutrigger is probably one of the best advancements in the modern hunting rifle industry. I have a Savage 12 in .22-250 and its a joy to shoot. Mine is set at 2 lbs. and breaks extremely clean; I know it has improved my accuracy.

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  • shane
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    The trigger within the trigger is a safety mechanism to safely allow lighter, crisper pulls.

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  • Reid Jones
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    yes they are. they have a little button you press and it leads to the actual trigger. savage makes them.

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  • buddyboy564
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    are they the ones that have a little thing that you need to pull before you pull the actual trigger

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  • CPT BRAD
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    Just as Ish said, the Accutrigger is a spin off of the Glock "safety trigger" that has been around since the mid 80s. The Accutrigger is user adjustable from 1.5 up to about 3.5 or 4 pound (I think) The Accutrigger is a great advance in rifle triggers which will probably get sued into non existence pretty soon. I can see it now second hand Savage shoots beginener shooter. Previous owner adjusted to "unsafe" pull.

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  • ishawooa
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    If the gun is not marked you can recognize the Accutrigger by its appearance. It looks somewhat like the Glock by having a small trigger within the big trigger. Looks like they are also on the new Marlin bolt action rifles. Nice trigger.

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  • buddyboy564
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    thanks guys!!!

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  • wallofsam
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    I have one on my Savage .270 WSM and it's a nice little option. I've had some triggers that required a little extra force and being able to make the pull a little lighter gives you a smoother shot.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    Nolan is basically correct. You can easily adjust them to your own needs. Personally I think if your tuning a rifle to hunt with, don't go to light. That's for bench rest shooting.

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  • NolanOsborne
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    correct me if im wrong, but i believe it is an adjustable trigger system made by savage, and comes standard in many of their rifles.
    check their website though.

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    what is an accutrigger? you guys always talk about it and i never know what yall are talking about

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