whatcha' talkin' about..I didn't see anything wrong with the color...
A great trigger for those who prefer a lightweight but not hair trigger.Imo the color is tolerable, but you’re getting an over 2 lb trigger…
Agreed - good hunting or plinking trigger, but not a target/precision trigger.A great trigger for those who prefer a lightweight but not hair trigger.
I must admit that I have never pulled the trigger on this Volquartsen model but listed with a weight of 2.25#'s it is too close to a good BX. Do you have any experience with the Kidd options? Easy to get 1.5#'s or less and crank them up to 3#'s if you like. I dont think the Volquartsen is adjustable for weight.I have one. I like it .
from my experience, there is no comparison between the BX and Volquartzen or Kidd.
a blind shooter can tell the difference!
DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON A BX!
I don’t see how you can recommend or dismiss and compare a product with no experience.My BX was spectacular with no creep and a 2 1/4# pull and if the Volquartsen comes in at 2 1/4#'s to me they could be used interchangeably in the same sentence. However to use Volquartsen in the same sentence with Kidd should probably not be done. If the BX you get is a 3#er I would agree.
The VQ is adjustable for take up and overtravel, not pull weight. Both issues in a std Ruger 1022 trigger design. Mine is adjuted to the extreme on both, and so feels like a breaking glass rod at pull and its over before you can over pull the trigger . Its an option for people who dont do well with light hair trigger set ups because their hands / fingers aren’t sensitive enough to control them. I have a very expensive, elite sniper rifle with the same kind of trigger .I must admit that I have never pulled the trigger on this Volquartsen model but listed with a weight of 2.25#'s it is too close to a good BX. Do you have any experience with the Kidd options? Easy to get 1.5#'s or less and crank them up to 3#'s if you like. I dont think the Volquartsen is adjustable for weight.
Its great that they got the glass rod thing going on your trigger. When you measure its weight, is it close to the 2.25#'s in their spec?feels like a breaking glass rod at pull and its over before you can over pull the trigger
Congratulations. None of those are the TG2000, my statement stands. The OP asked about the trigger and you are comparing some of their marketing material.My experience is extensive with triggers generally speaking including the old Canjar set-triggers for rifles, 1# 12oz Volquartsen trigger on my Ruger Mark II, Kimber 82G 8oz, Kidd 2-stage 9oz, Kidd Single stage 20oz, CZ 527 w/set trigger (not all that), CZ 452 16oz and others. I can easily tell the difference between a 1 1/2# trigger and a 2 1/4# trigger. My Volquartsen Scorpion pistol that is super accurate has a 2 1/4# trigger (same as advertised for the 10/22 model) and it does not compare with the Volquartsen trigger/sear combo in my Ruger Mark II. Ruger is crisp, VQ creepy and heavy. I don't need to touch the VQ 10/22 trigger if it is rated at 2.25#'s, not adjustable to decide if its a good deal compared to the competition. The Kidds will all adjust up to that weight if that is what you want. They will also go down closer to benchrest triggers at 1 1/2# or even 6oz and back up.