I agree, if gun safety rules are practiced properly, there is never any danger to anyone no matter what kind of trigger.I switched to a release trigger after developing the "twitch"...... for me it was instant and love at 1st release.... 1st 2 rounds shooting with a KX-5 with a release trigger was 24,24 .... needless to say ... it works for me. I will also add I had a couple of oupps with it, forgot to set the trigger a couple times, had a lost bird and released before resetting for another bird. Bottom line, totally safe because I practice basic gun safety, finger is never on the trigger unless pointing downrange. Also learned how to reach over and pull the release lever on my gun to open the chamber allowing me to release the trigger without firing.. if ya twitch... it's time to switch...
I have seen it happen twice, both times were release shooters that had switched to a pull gun and forgot what they were doing and shot the house. but I have also seen more times than that a pull trigger shooter get anxious and shoot the house so its not release shooters in general.BS! Why is your gun pointed at the traphouse? Non release shooters need to STFU and leave the release shooters alone!
Sarcasm, you guys are toucher than Joe Biden in a hair salon. I have seen it 3 times, all the R on the bottom of the gun. That said it is not the triggers fault its the shooter fault.BS! Why is your gun pointed at the traphouse? Non release shooters need to STFU and leave the release shooters alone!
Most switch to it due to a flinch. I also think it's a smoother release, you can't jerk a release trigger. I can switch back and forth between a pull trigger and a release, and for that matter, I can shoot skeet with my sxs hunting guns and double triggers. I don't think it's some big learning curve to shoot one. I put my release in my KX6 yesterday and broke 25 five minutes later.What are the advantages of a release trigger? Sorry F'in new guy question. :bigdeal: