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John on white-tail deer hunt near Exeland,WI with life-long friends Steve Schoepke and Mike Hunt(Green Bay Packers). Steve's Browning rifle was borescoped and found not good. Steve used John Huber's backup 7mm Remington Magnum instead. Vietnam Veteran and gun buddy "Mauser" Mark Heimbach ordered the rifle ($691) to install HUBER Trigger & threaded for Square Brake. Mark passed away within 9 months of John's wife Sandy. Mark's sister Cheri told John to keep the rifle and remember Mark. John also received a casing from Mark's funeral honor guard salute. John didn't hesitate to add a Huber Concepts trigger and square brake along with...

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John worked with Dick Huck at Giddings & Lewis Machine Tool Co. for 13 yrs. He pimped out his 30-40 Krag-Jorgensen Springfield 1898 rifle.Dick loves that Huber Triggers Synchronize Your Senses, See the Moment in Your Eye.  

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How not to break in your rifle! This is the final over view of our destruction series on our Paragon rifle. Enjoy the video! If you would like a little more detail go back and view series 1-9 to get all the action. You can also visit our website for more information about us and our work.

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For more than 300 years, military doctrines dictated at least 7# trigger pull weight and long creep. In high stress combat situations in all weather and physical conditions, the intent to slow soldiers rate of fire to improve presence of mind and accuracy in shot. Contemporary snipers prefer 2 stage triggers releasing between 2 # - 3 ½ #. Hunters use 1 & 2 stage 3- 5# triggers. Long range match shooters employ single stage, short/zero creep triggers breaking as low as several ounces pressure. In The Real World- man is the platform for accurate performance of a mechanism whose...

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HUBER STAGED-BREAK Triggers should not be compared to traditional 1 or 2 stage triggers or Brands (Jewell, Timney, Jackson, etc.). Huber ball bearing triggers, where Form follows Function, are more mathematical & tactile than just mechanical. The difference is our higher order mathematics and vector geometry. Subjective perceptions and learned behaviors compound inconsistencies in form. Example: M60 tank – sight slaved to gun; M1Abrams – gun slaved to sight with better ballistic solutions possible, no “Kentucky Windage” – subtle perspective changes. I believe there are broad misconceptions of shot management in timing, staging and trigger break weights. The action of...

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