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Roll trigger or Crisp?

Post by VolScorpion on 4/9/2017, 4:49 pm

I have a crisp trigger in my volquartsen scorpion and was curious if they make roll triggers for these? Also curious if a roll trigger may be easier to use than a crisp trigger in slow fire specifically?

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Re: Roll trigger or Crisp?

Post by javaduke on 4/9/2017, 6:52 pm

I polished the sear in my Ruger Mark III and ended up with a nice roll trigger, just a tad above 2lbs. My son shot it today at his first bullseye match Smile Since the VQ is mechanically the same as Mark II/III, I guess you can buy another sear from VQ and stone the edge to achieve that roll trigger feel. Then you can just switch between crisp and roll and see what works best for you.

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Post by VolScorpion on 4/9/2017, 7:08 pm

What's the procedure for that? I have no experience
in that stuff

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Re: Roll trigger or Crisp?

Post by Doug Tiedt on 4/9/2017, 7:19 pm

VolScorpion wrote:I have a crisp trigger in my volquartsen scorpion and was curious if they make roll triggers for these? Also curious if a roll trigger may be easier to use than a crisp trigger in slow fire specifically?
I've just started learning to use a roll trigger myself.

I do like a roll trigger for slow fire, although one might argue I use it too much to polish up the shot such that I'm starting to fatigue.
I'm working on that, but apparently I have trust issues.  Rolling Eyes
I am scoring more points during slow with a roll trigger in my backup 22, than my main 22 with a crisp trigger.

It did take a number of months for me to get used to shooting the roll trigger in sustained fire.

Hope this helps some,
Doug

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Re: Roll trigger or Crisp?

Post by javaduke on 4/9/2017, 9:48 pm

VolScorpion wrote:What's the procedure for that?  I have no experience
in that stuff
Ah, then you may be better off finding a good gunsmith to do this for you. It involves complete disassembly of the pistol and very careful stoning and polishing of the sear at the proper angle. And Ruger or VQ is a tricky gun to detail strip and reassemble, although there are several videos on Youtube that are really helpful.
Marvel Custom sells a jig http://www.marvelcustomguns.com/Ruger_Sear_Jig.htm but I've never tried it.

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Re: Roll trigger or Crisp?

Post by VolScorpion on 4/10/2017, 8:32 am

I can completely disassemble it with no issues, just don't have experience with stoning and polishing

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Post by javaduke on 4/10/2017, 3:05 pm

VolScorpion wrote:I can completely disassemble it with no issues, just don't have experience with stoning and polishing
I tried to find a good video for you, but couldn't find anything. Perhaps one day I should make one Smile Not any time soon, unfortunately...

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Post by teg2658 on 4/10/2017, 8:57 pm

Try a trigger with a soft break, Jackie Best did one for me in the mid 1980s and I never looked back.
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