Black, aluminum anodized trigger. Easy to install and remove.
– May 21, 2016
Ok folks – here’s the skinny. I’ve been using this trigger guard for several weeks now and here is what I’ve come up with: it’s awesome! Adds no weight to speak of yet protects the trigger assembly from harm. Being me I had to try it with a multitude of different gloves and it worked with all but the heaviest of winter gloves (I know it’s not a “winter” trigger guard but hey…). Tactical gloves, mechanic gloves, glove liners, leather gloves, gardening gloves, motorcycle gloves – they all worked no problem. While I don’t recommend this (’cause I already did it for ya) I took a spent shell case, cocked the rifle, placed it in side pockets or strapped it to the side of 3 different packs, and walked around with it. Well, walked is a general term, I kinda flopped and wiggled around quite a bit during forward movement with my legs. The point is that the bolt remained cocked despite my best efforts to get it to “release” on its own. Realistically someone won’t be walking around like that but the point is the trigger guard kept the trigger from being pressed. Cool! One of the biggest concerns I’ve heard from people over the years (I’ve had my Pack-Rifle for quite a few years now) is that there is no trigger guard. Well… Here you go! I think it’s money very well spent and a great addition to the rifle. Oh yeah – and it looks great too!
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