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Is There Any Advantage?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Citori Plus Shooter, May 25, 2012.

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  1. Citori Plus Shooter

    Citori Plus Shooter TS Member

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    Do you Pros see any advantage to change from Inertia to Mechanical trigger on a Citori Plus? Is it a complicated procedure and or can I do it? Thanks for your answers.
     
  2. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    Mechanical is better than inertia. HMB
     
  3. Ajax

    Ajax Well-Known Member

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    Are you having trouble with light loads not setting the trigger as in Doubles? Are you in a sport where the second shot counts? If you're not, there is no advantage to either trigger as long as both are working properly.

    Ajax
     
  4. bowhunting11

    bowhunting11 TS Member

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    whats a mechanial trigger cost for a I
    citori plus? I would like one for mind
     
  5. 5 Stand Dan

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    It's $50.00 at http://www.phillips-gunsmithing.com/

    I did it for sub-gauge tubes, but now I'm shooting 3/4oz in the 12ga and it's works great.

    5 Stand Dan
     
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    It's my understanding that Citori triggers that are altered to shoot light loads, or when using sub gauge tubes,,,,,are not mechanical triggers. They are still inertia triggers altered to re-cock at a lower impulse.
     
  7. billyboy07208

    billyboy07208 Member

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    true IIRC
     
  8. gailmk67

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    I think 221 is correct. Last one I had done at Briley was $65.00 plus (That was 8 years ago) and that was NOT a conversion from inertia to mechanical. It was still an inertia trigger.

    Joe
     
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