A TRG has a triangular shape cheek piece which I really like. The Bravo is rounded and thicker. The trigger reach was adjustable on the TRG so I don’t know how to compare that but the Bravo has a similar feel from what I remember.A question for all the Bravo owners. If some of you are familiar with the TRGs, how close does the Bravo approximate the feel of a TRG? Specifically, the trigger reach, grip feel and curvature of the cheek.
The Bravo LOP is adjustable. In fact if you need longer, might want to consider getting the steel spacers as they really help balance out the gun if you plan on running a heavier profile barrel.
If you mean you need adjustable LOP for the Bravo: no you don't. bhahahaha. Since the adjustable LOP add-on costs almost as much as another Bravo, you might as well just put together another gun for whomever you have to share yours with...
I bet it will work for you. If it doesn’t for some reason you can sell it for a minimal loss. Think rental fee.@wade2big. Thank you for your impressions. I've never bought or ordered a custom. I considered the TRG to be fugly. Think inverted fish belly. I buy factory and alter to my needs. When I got behind the TRG it was as if it had been fitted by Purdey's. Still fugly but who cares. I imagine I can get the Bravo to work. Thanks again.
Wouldn't go w/o it. Can't beat the price either. Get both colors if you can't decide.What is the consensus on that bag rider?