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Huber concepts

Postby Grimstod » Thu Apr 24, 2014 1:44 pm

New products that they will be coming out with soon. He also talks a lot about his trigger and how it works in the really part of the video. Although the quality of video is really bad Its def worth watching though.

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Re: Huber concepts

Postby Gamecock24 » Thu Apr 24, 2014 6:24 pm

I completely understand what he's saying about loading the sear spring. I experienced this when making my brass trigger for my Mosin 500. When first made it I there was too much preloading on the spring and because of that the bolt automatically decock when closing the bolt. If there had been a bullet in the gun it would have fired. But after slowly removing brass from the top inside of the trigger where it contacts the sear spring I was able to remove the excess preload on the spring and taylor a crisp light trigger pull. I'm surprised some of you other guys with better machining skills than me haven't tried to make your own triggers. It could probably be done with simple tools on aluminum also.
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Re: Huber concepts

Postby Shepard » Mon May 12, 2014 2:54 am

A time past I had 2 of Huber Concept triggers. They were just as advertised and worked very well. Its design holds the sear in an advanced state of pull. As with some Mosin triggers you pull it a mile down a grinding road before it goes bang. I was hoping to get the performance of a Timney trigger with less inletting[lazy my]. Well to shorten the story "there is no safety" built into the trigger. Due to some of my designs I was left with a rifle with no safety. I wish I knew then what I know now.
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