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Unread 08-22-2018, 06:34 AM   #11
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May need Brian's help with the wood as well.
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John - Years ago I pulled two rounds of trap for a friend at our little trap/skeet club. He ran two straights - one with a Ludjic single barrel with a pull trigger, and one with a M12 with a release trigger.
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Some release triggers "click" when they are set. As a professional referee, this drives me crazy because I invariably push the button when I hear the click. I remember a few years ago costing a shooter I don't know how many birds because of the click.
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John, it may be fun just to try it but I wouldn't shoot it that way unless there is a specific reason for doing so unless you have a flinching problem. Once you get used to shooting a release, for most people (me!) it's hard to switch back to a pull trigger. Just remember if you set the trigger and you get a broken target or need to open the gun, keep the trigger back and open the gun with the top lever, then release the trigger.
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I would think reversing out a release trigger would be a simple matter of removing the hook.
I have two guns with release triggers. One of my Perazzis, and a Beretta 391 sporting clays gun.
I switch back and forth between release, pull, and double triggers with no problems.
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Todd, I think that’s a talent not many folks share.





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