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#373637 - 08/30/07 08:58 PM Impressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger
BucknBass
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Installed one tonight on the 7 STW. Breaks like glass at exactly 2 pounds every time. I recommend this upgrade.
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#373774 - 08/30/07 09:33 PM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: ]
TiminTN
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My Savage MZ haz one on it. Mine is from the last year production before the Accutrigger. I like it too.
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#373854 - 08/30/07 10:00 PM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: TiminTN]
Whelen Man
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I put one of the Rifle Basix models in my Savage RUM also. It was no problem installing and gave a nice crisp 18 ounce trigger. I've gotten used to it and am going to leave it this light.
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#374088 - 08/31/07 03:31 AM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: Whelen Man]
TnEncore
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Was it very hard to put on ? I was thinking about going the Basix route on a couple of my 700's.
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#374139 - 08/31/07 07:07 AM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: TnEncore]
BucknBass
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Not difficult at all. I have an AGI video on the Rem 700 that helped a lot if you don't know the steps or tricks when it comes to replacing a trigger on a 700.
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#374636 - 08/31/07 10:41 AM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: BucknBass]
Hillbilly Hunter
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I put a Rifle Basix tfigger on my Ruger 77 .22-250 and I love it!
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#375244 - 08/31/07 03:02 PM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: Hillbilly Hunter]
cdw338
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Registered: 11/17/01
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Well, I just got in one for the 300 Ultra Mag and one for an
old ruger.

Can't put them in yet as these guns are at my other house in
South Carolina. I think I am going to enjoy them when I do
get them installed.

They are on Sale at Midway right now.

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#377904 - 09/03/07 12:17 AM Re: IMpressed by Rifle Basix Rem 700 trigger [Re: cdw338]
TnEncore
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Nice! I'll look into it
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