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Question Rowan Adjustable Trigger

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by WhyteCat, Oct 12, 2019 at 7:26 PM.

  1. WhyteCat

    WhyteCat Active Member

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    I have an urge to get one of these , as you do, for my Air Arms S400F

    Dear All, is its worth it & is there really an advantage in getting one ?

    I know I could search the forum but as I always think there probably would be new experiences with the guys & gals on here to be listened to ...

    All input welcome
     
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  3. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill CO2 Enthusiast and Gun fighter.

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    I fitted one or an MPR trigger to every S400 and GML I owned. Fantastic bits of kit.:thumb:
     
  4. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    Well made, good quality and improve the feel/ trigger pull .....only downside.....not cheap
     
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    Fitted one on raw tm 1000 big improvement well worth the money.
     
  6. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    I have one on my S400 and it’s excellent
     
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    Had a few on different guns over the years, got one on my TX, excellent, get one :thumb:
     
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    can say any different than everyone else in all honesty. excellent piece of kit and looking for a 3rd one for my ultra
     
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    Have one in my TX200. Actually bought it purely because I wanted a black trigger. The difference in feel is worth the money.
     
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    If you are talking about the trigger that moves back and foreward and tilts sideways i have fitted one to my tx200 i find that trigger to close and it does take it further away. I would like it even further away so i,m going to give that a bit of thought and see if i can MOD it.
     
  11. Phil S410F

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    I have the air arms MPR trigger (strangely on an MPR Sporter) and he Rowan one on my S400F Classic and I prefer the positions achievable over the standard S4x0 trigger and also the fact that the contact patch with your finger is slightly wider. As soon as I can another will be going on the S410F Classic
     
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    You got a link please?
     
  14. WhyteCat

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    a Rowan adjustable trigger it is then, it seems if you have one you like it !

    thanks all
     
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    WhyteCat,

    I have Rowan blades fitted to all my 'springers' - setback (x1), extra-setback (x3), & adjustable (x2).

    Excellent blades that have improved my shooting no end - I feel that the trigger and its release to be one of the most important parts of my shooting cycle.

    Have fun & a good Sunday :)

    Best regards

    Russ
     
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    I have 2 of them and are very well made, Put a wanted add up for one but don’t hold your breath lol. They are good but expensive.
     
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    Phil S410F Engaging Member

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    Indeed. Do not hold your breath.

    I got lucky on my first one second hand from the forum but the wanted ad that I have put up for a second is remarkably fruitless thus far. Probably going to have to pull the trigger on a new one.
     
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    Got one on my HW 100 worth every penny.
     

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