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  1. Arron Yeates

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    Any surgestions on which Roawn trigger blabes feel the best? I have a CS500 stoack also
     

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    Curved setback :up:
     
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    Difficult to say as it will feel different for everyone mate.

    It’s all about bringing the blade closer to the pistol grip so have a feel with what you have and make an estimation.

    There is a diagram on the Rowan site showing the differences
     
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    Indeed there is Mikey and meant to put it in my post above :facepalm:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Blimey the curved and straight blades are 4.5mm back from standard trigger.arethese easy to swop over?
     
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    Easy enough.

    Action out of the stock
    Remove trigger cassette from action by drifting out two pins, watch the safety bar and spring!
    Remove trigger adjustment screw and spring
    Drift our pin that holds the blade in
    Replace with the Rowan one
    Insert the spring and screw
    Cock the trigger
    Insert the unit back into the action along with the safety bar
    Fire it off
     
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    Or post the unit and new blade to @Blackmax and he’ll tune it, polish the sears and can even change the pivot joint on the blade.
     
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    Its a sandwell field sports Imp i think there is already trigger work done mate. I did the tx200 trigger shoukdnt be too hard
     
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    Speaking for myself, straight setback (black). Your experience may differ however... :thumb:
     
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    Alot saying set back trigger. Once the stock oil is dry and back in the stock ill have a guess lol
     
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    Ive gone with the straight setback in black. Its arrived today but as one of my bday presants for next thursday im not alout to look at it. Lol
     
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    Ok so birthday been and gone ive installed the straight cut set back trigger from Rowan, first thing i noticed was the pin hole for the Imps trigger and with the Tx200 trigger didnt fit so i had to drill the trigger pin hole slightly. Once fitted i noticed a slight left to right wobble. The standard trigger has som side flare where as the rowan one doesnt. Has anyone else have the same issue? Apart from that im happy with it.
     

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