mpr trigger

Discussion in 'Air Arms' started by speed, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. speed

    speed jamie

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    hi all,

    is there any difference between the mpr trigger and the rowan trigger,

    just looking at upgrading my '400
     
  2. 5teve L

    5teve L STOP ! HAMMER TIME !

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    The only real differences are the rowan post is a little more beefed up & has an ally blade, the AA blade is plastic IIRC. The AA is marginally cheaper ??
     
  3. speed

    speed jamie

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    yes about £3 cheaper for the mpr , think i will go with the rowan then
     
  4. Lee67

    Lee67 Dink ! ...****'

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    I'd go rowan Jamie...;)
     
  5. Yorkshiretea

    Yorkshiretea B Grade Bandit

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    Rowan is a good choice.
     
  6. Soleman

    Soleman New Member

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    Just out of curiosity, what is the reason for changing? I haven't had mine very long, (1 month) but find it quite weighty. Adjustments have been made but still to weighty. In the end, the Gunsmith at Kibworth trimmed the trigger spring a coil, and it has improved it no end.
     
  7. Ratinator

    Ratinator Well-Known Member

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    mpr or rowen

    The trigger will be much improved with the adition of either of these,had one on my 400 and it was money well spent.:)
     
  8. heidi

    heidi AA MPR, BSA ULTRA

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    I've cut my own MPR Trigger 80% cheaper than a Rowan one and is out of the same material.

    Heidi
     
  9. Gary Martin

    Gary Martin sultans of spring

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    with the MPR unit you can move the trigger forwards/backwards and swivel the blade around its axis. allows greater adjustabilty in ters of fit. the 400 trigger is fixed. all about ergonomics, every one is not the same, bigger hands, longer fingers etc. taloring the trigger to fit yourself makes it better to use.
     
  10. DEAN C.

    DEAN C. Steyr Convert

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    I use Rowan triggers on my 400's and like them , but on my MPRs I prefer the MPR trigger to the Rowan .
    There is slightly more adjustment on the MPR, but dont overtighten the clamp as I have been told that they can break. I do prefer the smaller curve and feel of the MPR blade though.
    Both are good triggers.
    If you check out Julian Bond on the AAOC site he was selling the MPR trigger at a discounted price.
     
  11. Johnshortfuse

    Johnshortfuse Member

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    MPR trigger blade upgrade

    I upgraded the trigger blade for a Simon Pinkney trigger ball, I absolutely love it. £8 shipped also :cool:
     

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