Trigger pull

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Kimber Custom, Oct 29, 2010.

  1. Kimber Custom

    Kimber Custom
    Vancouver, WA
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    I'm looking for a rifle to shoot appleseed with next month. I want a .22, magazine feed, semi-auto rifle with adjustable iron sights.

    At lunch I mossied over to Dicks and found a mossberg that seemed to fit the bill for around $160. I asked for a snap cap to try the trigger first. The clerk said it was corporate policy not to remove the trigger lock until after the sale. I said but there's a no return policy on firearms. He said that's correct. :confused:

    Would you ever buy a gun without trying the trigger first? Isn't the trigger a fundamental part of being satisfied with a gun?
     
  2. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5
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    What's in a name?

    All of it!
     
  3. spengo

    spengo
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    I never buy guns without dry firing first. Try a real gun store instead of Dick's, any decent shop will let you dry fire and will have snap caps ready for rimfire guns.
     
  4. chemist

    chemist
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    Hahahaha!:laugh:

    I did buy a rifle once from Phallus's, because it was $95 for a Marlin 795, which takes the same mags as my Papoose. But it's no G.I. Joe's.
     

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