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Post by Timmypo1 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 3:35 pm

I just finished up installing a Triggertech on my Micro 355. I was holding off since fall, because I was already pretty happy with the factory trigger, and heard a few people comment it didn't make much of a difference. I was worried I'd be wasting my money and wouldn't be able to tell the difference. I'm happy to report back that I didn't know what I was missing! Absolutely zero creep and breaks like glass. Poundage is just right for a hunting bow. Honestly don't think a hunting trigger could be any better. Obviously it's a luxery upgrade, but if you're on the fence wondering if it will be a noticeable upgrade, it definitely was on my bow.
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Re: Micro/TriggerTech

Post by HellBilly-X » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:11 pm

I just put one on my Micro Raid 335 & im loving it. In my opinion it's perfect.
Axiom 175/S5's "RedRum"
Trigger Tech 2 stage trigger
Varizone Scope
Black Eagle Executioners w/2in. Blazers
Micro Raid 335 "Minster" aka (Mini Monster)
Trigger Tech
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Re: Micro/TriggerTech

Post by xcaliber » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:47 pm

You guys & your Trigger Tech Triggers! :lol: :lol:
Yep, they are pretty Sweet! :wink:
Matrix 330 (Xylia) Bushnell Trophy XLT / Single Stage Trigger Tech
Kodabow Scout (Karma) MFO Tagged Out Sights.
Micro 355 (Jinx) Nikon Bolt XR. TT Single Stage, Munch Mount
Matrix 380 (Max) Leupold Crossbones

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Re: Micro/TriggerTech

Post by Carnivorous » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:56 pm

When I buy a new bow first thing I do is install a TT. :)
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Re: Micro/TriggerTech

Post by longbow joe » Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:17 pm

A trigger tec installed in a low poundage bow such as a vixen or ibex turns it into a even crisper trigger yet Than the bigger bows l love the tt. I shoot the tops of lollipops off at 25 yards for fun sometimes.
Micro 335 camo crossbones /matrix 330 workhorse nikon bolt /vixen ll / striker offspring with a micro stock crossbones/ matrix 355 with a micro stock crossbones/ metal ibex (adopted manco morto)/ trigger tec's on most / spitfires/easton2216s/zombies

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