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The AccuTrigger is a functionally two-stage trigger developed by the Savage Arms Company in 2002. The trigger was designed for ease of use and the ability for end users to adjust the weight of the pull on the trigger. The Savage AccuTrigger's "safety blade" design concept has also been later borrowed by other firearm manufacturers, such as the Pro-Fire trigger from Marlin's XS7/XL7 and XT-22 series and the Marksman trigger from Ruger's "American" series bolt-action rifles.
Ron Coburn, a former CEO of the Savage Arms Company, wanted a rifle with a trigger that has a crisp and creep-free trigger-pull (the amount of force needed on the trigger to release the sear). Another goal for Coburn was to make the trigger user-adjustable from 1.5 to 6 pounds (0.68 to 2.72 kg) of pull. The trigger also had to withstand being accidentally bumped without going off, even on the lowest trigger-pull setting. The relatively short lock time of 1.6 milliseconds favors accurate shooting.
Shoots like a typical savage, sub moa.
I got three groups at 300 yards a week ago that were under 1".
Decent condition, very light crisp trigger pull I can get more pictures if you want,
I'll ship it to your ffl on your dime.
Transfer at tropics pawn.
Thanks for looking
Savage Mk II F 22LR with Accutrigger. I had a cleaning brush come off inside and left it over night. It caused a slightly pitted bore close to the chamber. I never made the time to rebarrel it but it still shoots okay but not as good as new. Comes with Weaver 2-7 rimfire scope. Would make a good...
Selling a Savage LRP action. These are large shank, repeating versions of the Target actions with the solid top for rigidity. Has the red target Accutrigger. Comes with Murphy Precision 20 moa scope base bedded to the receiver, a Glades Armory extended bolt handle, and a PTG bolt head. I don't...
I am selling a Stainless Savage Axis II in 6.5 Creedmoor with a Nikon Buckmaster 3x9x40. I have put about 20 rounds through this rifle and it's both accurate and tame. It has the accutrigger, that breaks light and clean. I weighed it at 7lbs 6oz with scope and rings, so it's really quite...