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    regsmeeton
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    Who do you think has the best trigger of the current lot of bullpups? Do some bullpups have a combination of features that outweigh a less than ideal trigger for you? I do like the overall package of the Vulcan, but don’t remember any comment on the trigger quality.

     Jack

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    Dairyboy
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    Taipans are best for sure. My R5M adjusted to exactly how I like it also but others have said they aren't the best? It's a opinion based question but as a whole I bet 99% will vote Taipans for best triggers.

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    Centercut
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    Without a doubt, Taipan Veteran or Mutant. Not only is it the best, but everything about it is adjustable.  First stage travel, first stage pressure, second stage travel, second stage pressure, and over-travel.  I had/have FX (Crown/Streamline/Bobcat), Cricket, Vulcan, RAW, EDgun, etc., but the Taipan is the best.  The Taipan trigger is just as good as my FWB 601 SSP 10M target rifle, which I consider to be as good as it gets.  The Vulcan trigger is good, about the same as the Cricket, which is very good.  Actually, all of the guns mentioned have pretty good triggers, but the Taipan is just that much better…

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    rangur1
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    i have owned edgun r5m, fx wildcat mk2, brocock bantam sniper hr, vulcan 2, and taipan veteran. the taipan vet is the best feeling trigger IMHO.

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    scoeri
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    i have a gen 4 vulcan bullpup. outstanding trigger. crisp & light. easy to adjust also.

    Scott in Wisconsin

     

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    Macros
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    Currently it's taipan without a doubt.

    If the new Steyr and HW100 bullpups have triggers anything like their rifle counterparts though, there should be some competition in that field.

    If you like electronic triggers, the pulsar and renegade are obviously very good, but different in feel to mechanical units.

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