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I'm going to be doing a review on the S-Trigger and also on Rangers 90 degree piston. I ordered both last night so we'll see how well they mesh together =)
 

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Hey pavol good to see the triggers doing well. To any one looking to buy one of these triggers I can vouch for their durabillity. I've owned mine for nearly 2 years now i've approx put 40+k shots through my gun with this trigger most of which running varied fps between 450fps rite up to 860fps with the pdi ss5000 spring which i shot 2k of .29sgm's with. As to date i've only had to replace a couple of sear return springs which i put down to extreme usage with hardly any sign of wear to piston sear alough i did order 3 spare just incase it eventually wears out but its going to be a long time before i can see that happening so i thank you springer (pavol) for your outstanding trigger. hope my 2nd post is ok regards bigguns
 

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Hey pavol good to see the triggers doing well. To any one looking to buy one of these triggers I can vouch for their durabillity. I've owned mine for nearly 2 years now i've approx put 40+k shots through my gun with this trigger most of which running varied fps between 450fps rite up to 860fps with the pdi ss5000 spring which i shot 2k of .29sgm's with. As to date i've only had to replace a couple of sear return springs which i put down to extreme usage with hardly any sign of wear to piston sear alough i did order 3 spare just incase it eventually wears out but its going to be a long time before i can see that happening so i thank you springer (pavol) for your outstanding trigger. hope my 2nd post is ok regards bigguns
Hi, Luke your second post is more than good :yup:. And its good to hear that trigger works well after so many shots. I am don't getting feedback from many people. I'm thinking that, when they do not say anything, so it probably works well.
 

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For some reason I cannot get your website to format correctly on my work pc, so I cannot really view any information. It appears that everything is off to the far right out of view. I'm running a not up to date version of internet explorer on this computer so that might be it.

I'm extremely excited to research this when I get home, though.
 

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For some reason I cannot get your website to format correctly on my work pc, so I cannot really view any information. It appears that everything is off to the far right out of view. I'm running a not up to date version of internet explorer on this computer so that might be it.

I'm extremely excited to research this when I get home, though.
Yes, it is not ideal. site is probably wider than usual. Its free service, there is not so much optimization options. But I think on newer browser it must work proper.
 

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What is the wait time on these triggers? Are they built and ready to go? or is there a few week wait period while you make them?
I produce them in batches for 10 to 20 pieces and then sell. When a batch sold out, I do new within two weeks. It will be also shown on my website.
 

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I remember talking to you on another forum about getting a few of these.... and as time went on I forgot about them to be honest. When I do get my VSR rilfe again I will try and get one this time from ya.

Just need to get another bolt action first.
 

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Review:

Initial impression:
Everything looked perfect and more durable than the stock trigger box 100 fold. The material is sturdy and the screws aren't coming out by themselves, that's for sure. One thing I noticed was that the spring guide pin was connected to the actual trigger box which is a nice feature. Overall, it's a well built, durable, universal (you'll see why in a second), sweet looking trigger box.



In comparison

Installing:
As I went to install, I filed the trigger guard down like mentioned in the instructions. Once it fit, I put my Laylax Teflon cylinder in the receiver and then screwed the trigger box down and then the trigger guard. Everything looked ready to go. I assembled the rifle, pulled the bolt back and nothing... It wouldn't lock in place. But I was determined to figure out why. So I started trouble shooting and the problem was not the s-trigger. The problem was the spring guide. Unfortunately, Edgi's spring guide didn't work with the Laylax piston. This is because the Laylax piston was too short and the spring guide didn't go in all the way. Here's some pictures so you can see what I mean:

This is with the spring guide in:





As you can see, the edgi spring guide is a bit longer than the stock.
This doesn't allow the trigger sear to catch the piston which is why it wouldn't lock.
Thus you have two options, grind the edgi spring guide to the stock length. Or you can get a new spring guide that's stock length.

But!!! Being persistent pays off. as I looked closer at the edgi piston, it looked different than other 45 degree pistons. Yes it has a 45 degree edge on it but it also has a 90 degree on the inside of the ring. Making it the first, unintentional or intentional, I'm not sure, hybrid piston!!! So I decided to test it out, I put the edgi piston, Laylax m150 spring, and edgi spring guide into my Laylax Teflon cylinder. Installed the s-trigger and assembled the rifle.
Sure enough!, it worked like a charm! I even jiggled it around to see if it would slip off but it doesn't. I will continue to test and see if any damage is done to the piston or the trigger. But as of now, I just got really lucky hahah.

Let me know what you guys think or if you have any input!

Springer for your website review:

Overall, the s-trigger has exceeded my expectations. The high quality, durable, and sleek finish has definitely won me over. In comparison to an upgraded edgi stock trigger box, the s-trigger, hands down surpasses the performance. Money well spent and worth every penny. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for custom top quality products for their bar-10!
 

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Just got my S-Trigger in the mail today and am waiting on getting my rifle back from Cheeseman Industries (supposed ETA was Wednesday, but I'm still waiting. Hopefully by this weekend.) Once I get it, I'll be swapping it out with my V-trigger and I'll post a review then. Definitely like the initial look over though.
 
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