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Measure and Post Your Trigger Pull, Plz

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Howdy Boys :)

I'm very curious about trigger pull variances for the M and S Series Steyrs. For those with a trigger pull guage or some other way of accurately measuring their trigger pull, please post your results here. And, please be as accurate as you can. I'm not interested in hearing, "...oh 4-8 bs....". I'm talkin', "4.2 lbs" or "3.8 lbs", that kind of accuracy. I'll post mine tomorrow, when I get a guage that works. :oops: And, if someone will offer a simple and exact method for determining trigger pull, short of actually having a trigger pull guage, plz step up to the plate and post that info, ASAP. Thanx.

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both of mine are breaking pretty consistently at 5.75 lbs. i noticed that if i put the arm way up by the top of the trigger, closer to the slide, that it goes way up into the 7 pound range. and if i just barely grab the tip of the trigger, it breaks under 5 pounds.

where i actually squeeze the trigger during use is the 5.75 lbs.
you might notice the shots pulling left if you use the joint.

i like using the pad because the pull is straight back. it also gives me more "feel".

some people think you should train using the joint because in the heat of the moment you're most likely to end up there when actually shooting defensively.
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