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PostIcon Posted on: Feb. 07 2012,10:00  Skip to the next post in this topic.   QUOTE

It would not be difficult to rig up a second trigger that attaches to the side of the existing single trigger and arranged so one was in front of the other. With this accomplished the other trigger would be behind the other.

Now one trigger would be in front and one trigger would be behind. áIt would be a simple matter if one chose to pull the front trigger first, pull the front trigger and the gun fires one or the other barrel, a quick move to the back trigger and you can fire the other barrel. áIf one wished to pull the back trigger first, pull the back trigger. áThe best of all worlds.

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Serious question here!

Assuming this is a grouse gun, how many times do you really need to shoot the 2nd trigger 1st??

I am using my own gun configuration here as an example. áI usually have my gun set up sk/ic (early season) and ic/mod (late season if I remember to change).

Assuming a pointing dog hunt, most birds are shot within 35 yrds. áIt is my experience you can kill a bird with either of these chokes, within this distance, and outside of this range, do you really take the shot, given this choke configuration??

So, is it worth it to change triggers, or does it matter??

If it is what you like, great, go for it, just curious??

Just asking??

That time of the month ah??

Let the boys play, just cause you can't handle more than one of anything doesn't mean others can't!

I will have you know I drink 2 BEERS at a time, load 2 shells in my gun, and can type with 2 hands.

I can also shoot doubles, with double (o/u of course) guns!

So smart ass, what do you think of that??

Yeah yeah, we know your horizontally challenged, can only perform on the vertical and unable to make split second decisions when you have more than one choice, but it's not necessary to lower yourself to name calling.
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(fuess @ Feb. 07 2012,9:07)
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(doodleridge2 @ Feb. 07 2012,8:52)
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(fuess @ Feb. 07 2012,8:29)
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Serious question here!

Assuming this is a grouse gun, how many times do you really need to shoot the 2nd trigger 1st??

I am using my own gun configuration here as an example. áI usually have my gun set up sk/ic (early season) and ic/mod (late season if I remember to change).

Assuming a pointing dog hunt, most birds are shot within 35 yrds. áIt is my experience you can kill a bird with either of these chokes, within this distance, and outside of this range, do you really take the shot, given this choke configuration??

So, is it worth it to change triggers, or does it matter??

If it is what you like, great, go for it, just curious??

Just asking??

That time of the month ah??

Let the boys play, just cause you can't handle more than one of anything doesn't mean others can't!

I will have you know I drink 2 BEERS at a time, load 2 shells in my gun, and can type with 2 hands.

I can also shoot doubles, with double (o/u of course) guns!

So smart ass, what do you think of that??

Yeah yeah, we know your horizontally challenged, can only perform on the vertical and unable to make split second decisions when you have more than one choice, but it's not necessary to lower yourself to name calling.

Its late, Iam tired, you win!  I surrender!
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I am pretty sure my friend would buy one. It is his one complaint about the gun.

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Have a 12 and 20 in BL-3 and would be interested in the DT set up, have 2 Marlin 90s and an old Browning with DTs now.

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