I hate to be negative but here goes it...
As I said before the plastic is cheap and very weak. It turned my gun into a single shot. The trigger somehow didnt let the gun recock itself. I know because i swapped out the stock and R.D. trigger a few times and the same thing happened. i also have the R.D. wicked bolt which I have a review on. Overall my experience with Rufus Dawg's quality has been a 1 out of 10.
Please do not waste your money on this trigger. It probably NOT make you happy.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 7:49 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by ICU117 don't put down the trigger because you didn't know it wasn't for RT, and the other bolt is a different review, it shouldn't have any bearing on this review.
Hey ICU117 I call-em as I see em. The trigger i received was JUNK . Some tech at RD pretty much said the same, it was a bad mold and bad design. And to further rebut your brain fart of a comment, I had no intention of running a response trigger on my gun. I just wanted a different trigger, a upgrade. Which believe it or not in my MY OPINION I fire faster with the stock trigger. And my addition of the bolt in this review is to bring to attention that they are obviously of the lower end. Look this web site helped me and gives me insight to other products and what people think of those products, good or bad. Oh and your comment " other bolt is a different review, it shouldn't have any bearing on this review " If you were to buy a car, and the person said this dodge has a bad transmission, and you find out later the motor is junk. That might make you think twice before buying a new dodge again wouldn't it. I hope it would otherwise I feel sorry for you.
Last edited on Wednesday, June 28th, 2006 at 3:14 pm PST