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Thread: Tikka Bix n Andy left hand trigger supplier?

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    Tikka Bix n Andy left hand trigger supplier?

    Evening guys. Looking at purchasing a bix n Andy trigger for rifle build. Are they sourcable here in NZ or do you need to order from Norway? Cheers.

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    have you tried changing the stock trigger spring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blair993 View Post
    have you tried changing the stock trigger spring?
    I'd agree, have swapped mine out for Yo dave's and its the same as my Timney now. Also appeals to my Scottish heritage...LOL
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    you can get the tikka trigger down to a nice crisp 10 oz with a replacement spring

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    Yeah I just wasn't too sure about the safety aspect of doing this? Also from what I've been told, yes it lightens the trigger but is still not as consistent? Whether or not this is really a factor for hunting appossed to range shooting I'm not sure. I'm just someone that likes to do things right and do things once, but at the same time don't see the point in forking out unnecessary dollars, so always open to advise from people that will have a lot more experience with these things than myself.

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    in stalled mine and screwed the adjuster as hard as it would go then dropped it as hard as i could with out breaking anything and had no safety issues. tried it on with screw all the way out and i wouldn't use it that light but it still didnt release without pulling the trigger. With it as heavy as it would go its about 1.5lb pull. Have another to go in my 223 but not sure i will fit it yet.

 

 

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