A cable-controlled trigger release can be a great aid to accuracy in rifle testing. Here’s how to design and build one yourself.
by Norman E. Johnson
In the process of developing extreme rifle accuracy, trigger control has always been a critical issue. This can be much improved with some form of remote control trigger release, where the shooter’s hands don’t directly touch the rifle. Crafting some form of trigger release is quite rudimentary and the cost is low.
Why A Trigger Release?
Though a cable-controlled trigger release may not be used during actual hunting or Benchrest competition, it becomes a very effective aid during the critical testing of a rifle, particularly the more accurate Benchrest or target rifles using lighter-pull triggers.
Here’s how to build one…
Read more in the June 2018 issue.
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