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For years, ri­fle man­u­fac­tur­ers were leery of send­ing pro­duc­tion ri­fles out of the fac­tory with light trig­gers. Af­ter all, there was a pos­si­bil­ity that a drop or a bump could trip the sear and cre­ate a dis­charge that could in­jure or kill some­one. Ob­vi­ously, no one wanted that to hap­pen.

Sav­age, which has been pro­duc­ing fine bud­get firearms for years, de­vel­oped a new bladed trig­ger de­sign that was user ad­justable, crisp and—most im­por­tantly—safe.

Known as the Ac­cuTrig­ger, it uti­lized an Ac­cuRe­lease blade that blocked the sear and wouldn’t al­low the gun to fire when jarred. How­ever, when that blade was de­pressed, the trig­ger break was clean and light (as lit­tle as 1.5 pounds).

Since this trig­ger’s in­cep­tion, ev­ery ri­fle man­u­fac­turer has moved to in­stall a pro­duc­tion trig­ger that is as good as— and as safe as—the Ac­cuTrig­ger.

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