SAV-2 Trigger at the ELR Central / NRA One Mile Match

Rifle Basix recently got the chance to provide our SAV-2 rifle trigger to Jason Tillison Sr, a long range shooter that attended a World Record Event (also involving NRA Championships). The event was held at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh, Indiana. Camp Atterbury has multiple ranges, extending from 25 meters to 2400 yards. Camp Atterbury has

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Rifle Basix SAV-2 Trigger Installation Guide (Videos)

The following video provides simple steps on installing our SAV-2 rifle trigger for Savage Arms rifles. Note there is a video for standard trigger replacement and a video for AccuTrigger replacement as they are slightly different. Important things to note prior to watching the video: * We have partially pre-assembled this SAV-2 Trigger for you

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Remington 700 / Model Seven Rifle Recall Details

We know the Remington recall has been out for awhile now, but we wanted to provide all the details around the recall to help gun owners determine if their guns do indeed need their triggers replaced and also provide some of our Rifle Basix alternatives. For anyone who doesn’t know, Remington provided a voluntary recall

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The All New Rifle Basix Website

Welcome! Rifle Basix is owned and operated entirely in the U.S.A. offering quality replacement triggers for your bolt action rifles for more than ten years. Whether you are looking to lighten the weight of pull on your Remington 700 model or replace the trigger on your Savage Arms bolt action rimfire, Rifle Basix has the

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Some of Our Customer Testimonials

The following are customer testimonials from a wide range of our aftermarket triggers for Remington, Savage Arms, Marlin, and Ruger “Recently Rifle Basix introduced the “SAV-2”, a three-lever design intended to be used in the four ounce to three pounds range. This is in my opinion the “Ne Plus Ultra” of after-market triggers for Savage

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Rifle Mechanical Safety 101

Rifle Mechanical Safety 101 *When a shooter’s safety is operating “normally” on any gun, be it factory or custom, please be aware: “Normally” would indicate that the safety is operating as it was intended. This brings up a basic discussion of using mechanical safeties. *In a bolt action rifle when a live round is left

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Remington Arms Co. Company History

Remington Arms Co. Company History Remington Arms Company History of the Firearms Business  1816 – Legend has it that a young Eliphalet Remington II believed he could build a better gun than he could buy, and he set out to craft such a gun on his father’s forge located at Ilion Gulch, New York.  In the autumn

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