I’m barely feeling decent again. Shot a match yesterday and it damn near killed me.Two years ago it took me a month before I felt normal again, I hadn't been that sick in more than 20 years!!!
This year I got away with it, other than sore feet.
A listing in the catalog is not the same as a trigger in the hand. I wish it was out, I need a trigger for an on going build.Go here and download the catalog. The 2 stage is shown in the 2020 catalog.
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not personal at allSorry, not trying to be rude but why the lol?
This was posted after the Shot show last year. Note the "releasing this soon". Almost a year and a half is "soon"?
only a year or two behind geisselle, and they arent greatCadex is now making a trigger that can be switched between single stage and two stage.
I like the concept of switching between either one or to stage, but It doesn't seem to set very low. I think the lowest it can be set is around 1.5 pounds.
Not to start an old thread back upIt is in their price list specified as Q2 for the 700 2-stage. Pricing should be the same as the single stage versions. I'm waiting on the Kimber trigger which is still not available for a month or so. Not sure what all the madness will do to releasing these.
I expect you will not have long to wait. I spoke to Bryden last week and production has actually started on these (please don't inundate them with calls). Given the demand, I'm sure there is a backlog of outstanding dealer orders to serve and such before they start taking direct orders, but machines are now running.any more info on this trigger?
I'm wondering if that's the "stacked" amount due to 2 stages? Meaning 2oz 1st stage, 2oz 2nd stage for a 4oz total but the 2nd stage still "feels" like 2oz to your finger and brain.Interesting that it goes down to 6oz instead of 4oz, like the single stage Diamond.
If that's what it is, I'd probably be happy with it. I have the AR Diamond in a few ARs and it has a light 2oz takeup to it, and it feels great. 2oz is so minimal that it doesn't really even feel like 2 distinct stages. It feels more like the light initial pretravel of a 1911/2011, which I personally like a lot.I'm wondering if that's the "stacked" amount due to 2 stages? Meaning 2oz 1st stage, 2oz 2nd stage for a 4oz total but the 2nd stage still "feels" like 2oz to your finger and brain.
The package says 6-40oz but the writing on the trigger lists the first stage as 4-20oz and the second stage as 4-24oz. I know that the last change TriggerTech made from the final round of prototypes to the production version was to go with a slightly different weight spring. I expect that is the reason for the disagreement between the packaging and the trigger. The packaging had probably already been printed. I'll measure the weights when I get in to testing to see if it starts at 6 or 8oz total.Interesting that it goes down to 6oz instead of 4oz, like the single stage Diamond.
The only adjustment on TriggerTechs is weight. Sear engagement, overtravel, and inter stage travel are not adjustable. The travel on the first stage is about 1/16th inch at the center of the trigger.Is the inter stage travel adjustable or a fixed distance?
I have both of those here, just took that photo. I'll report back when I get a chance to see how they are. The two stage does have a little take-up before the wall as opposed to "right there" on the original. We'll see, hopefully tomorrow. I have to teach a pistol class so not sure if I will get to it but by Wed. for sure.Get them and sell the one you don't want to me.