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Just wanted to pass this on, I'm sure they'll sell out soon.

DT10 Trigger Groups at $650

DT10-L Trigger Groups at $710

http://www.berettausa.com/products/beretta-dt10l-trigger-lock-not-selective-single-trigger/


http://www.berettausa.com/products/beretta-dt10-trigger-lock-not-selective-single-trigger/


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This is a great deal if you have a DT10 and shoot competition. Beretta sold a friend on the idea that you don't need a spare because of the reliability of the trigger. Well thats BS. He ended up with a broke gun and had trouble finding someone to replace the small spring that had failed. Just sent him an email telling him to buy this trigger NOW!

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Hell, I have a spare trigger for my kolar, and I've never even heard of one breaking, but I'm ready if my primary one does. Anyone with a gun that has dropout triggers should have a backup.
 

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The DT10-L are still available,

The DT-10 are out of stock,

Get'em while you can.
 

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Unless you shoot sporting clays, or shoot trap with a combo that has a top single, and you want to shoot bottom barrel first for doubles, a selective trigger really is unnecessary.

My kolar has a selective trigger. I locked it out the day I bought the gun (and locked out my backup trigger too) and haven't unlocked it since.
 
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