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Perazzi MX (drop-out) Double Release Triggers

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by mette56, Jan 25, 2013.

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  1. mette56

    mette56 Well-Known Member

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    I've owned Bowens and Allems but not the Allem Roller Release. In your opinion, which is the best (all types including Precision, Reitz and Crenweld) and why.

    milt
     
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    Milt. the question is a bit broad and asks guys to justify their choice. Ask a more specific question if you can.
     
  3. mette56

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    Thanks Jack. It's the Allem Roller and Precision I'm considering and I'm not familiar with either. I am familiar with Reitz, Allem Standard and Bowen design and performance and I'm not considering purchasing any of these. So please comment on the Allem Roller and Precision only but OK to compare with others.

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    I have an Allem Roller and a Precision. They are both very good but both will wear if you don't keep grease on the hooks.



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    I'd like to see Allem attempt to make a release with a roller instead of the hook and pin setup. A small roller wheel that would drop into a recess in the hammer...a roller top and bottom.
     
  5. miketmx

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    I am very happy with the Double Release conversion that Jerrie White (Ft. Collins Colo) did for me on my MX-3. I could not justify the cost of a Precision Trigger for my 1982 entry level P-gun.
     
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    If you are a deliberate, establish the proper lead type of shooter all triggers will work for you with time and practice. If you are a shoot while going thru the target, then buy a trigger that you can hav emade quicker.
     
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    Rollers! I don't see no stinking rollers!
     
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    Allems are good, precision is best. doc
     
  9. mette56

    mette56 Well-Known Member

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    Click on above URL.

    This is a Allem Roller Release. As you can see, it is of different design than the hook-pin Allem design that some call allem roller release. This design has changeable rollers of different size for tuning. Click on home page for more info as to why this design is different from Standard Allem, Bowen, Precision and Reitz release MX triggers. If anyone has a true Allem roller...please chime in.

    Go to this site for an enlarged and more complete picture:

    www.allemcraft.com/roller-release.htm

    milt
     
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    Hap MecTweaks Well-Known Member

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    "...a roller top and bottom." Per RickN

    Yes! I'd like one of those also Rick, the ultimate in releases!!

    Hap
     
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