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hobbit release trigger SX1

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by illtrap1, Nov 4, 2011.

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    I have two Hobbit release triggers for SX1 $550.0 each. cell 618-535-1692
     
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    I have to ask...what makes a Hobbit worth $550...seems like SX1 release triggers are about twice as high as other brands...why? Are they that hard to make?
     
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    A Hobbit release is not worth that but I saw one with a close spelling sell for $400.oo I think it had a L in it or something.

    Hope this helps

    Hugh
     
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    Lew Waltersdorf!!
     
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    550 for a hobblet trigger is a square deal. They don't make them any more and they are super reliable. jim w.
     
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    The maker's name is Emerson Hoblit.
     
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    But how do they differ from ones you see for $250 to $350
     
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    How do they differ? Well.. They are not a released sx-1 trigger. They are a release trigger that was designed to be a relase. They use the old platform for a base. Anybody who has fired 10,000 rounds with many of the other triggers knows that they mostly fail. The hobb does not and it will be as consistant the first shot as it is the 30,000 shot. There is no comparison in the sx-1 world. And the going price is 550.00. I have seen them go anywhere from 400 to 650 in the last 10 years.

    Anybody who thinks it isn't worth the price has not fired enough of the other sx-1 relaase triggers. I have fired at least 12 other types by various makers. Most failed with 2,000 rounds.

    The sx-1 was not an easy trigger to relase well.
     
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    Sold one have one left,Also a baker big bore barrel 28" two tubes 30,000 amd 44.000ths 3/4 inch rib shoots 90/10 it is ported from baker,$800.00
     
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