Rifle Basix Adjustable Sear Assembly Savage Rimfire Model 93 Magnum, Mark I and II, 17 HMR, 900, 501, Model 40, 502 Striker, Stevens 310 without AccuTrigger 10 oz to 2 lb Black
- Savage Arms Rimfire Rifles & “Striker” Pistols WITHOUT AccuTrigger™
- Fits both Right and Left Hand Actions
- Models: 501, 502, & 503, Mark I & II, Model 93 in both .17 & .22
- Also fits Stevens Model 310
- Comes complete with instructions, hardware pack, and adjustment wrench for easy user installation
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Best Savage Mark II Trigger Upgrade
I wondered if it would fit my Savage Mark II in .17 Mach II. I installed it during a commercial break during the news hour. The illustrations were perfect with no ambiguity. The trigger works so well that it is unbelievable. I shot a five-shot group at 100 yards a couple of hours after installing the trigger, and the group measured .43 inches across. That was the first try. By 8:30 PM, I was shooting single hole, five-shot groups with ease. It makes the Savage an absolute tack-driving machine; I have never owned nor shot a rifle with this accuracy before. Great trigger, no complaints.
Great Savage R93 Trigger upgrade
Great--from 10-pound trigger to 1 1/2 pound trigger in 10 minutes--very easy to install and adjust---This is a great buy if you own a Savage R93.
Savage model 93 Trigger upograde
I purchased a kit for my model 93 in 17 rimfire. It only took about 15 minutes to install and was easy to adjust. It made the trigger pull lighter and smooth with almost no creep. Great Product!!!!
Savage 93R17 BVSS Trigger
Ya, so after reading all of the reviews and finding probably the only after-market trigger adjustment for my Savage 93R17 BVSS, I must say it is night and day difference. I am definitely no gunsmith, but I was able to use a nail set and a screwdriver well enough to replace the factory sear with this one from Rifle Basix in under 20 min. I don't understand the low ratings as this improved my 10lb+ pull to around a pound, worth every penny. I must admit it's not as smooth and as crisp as my 3grand Anschutz .22 match rifle but it sure will improve your shot groups. I posted a .34 inch group at 115 yards within 30 minutes of getting my mail, trust me this is the trick to tight groups. Also, I must say in response to some of the other postings, it did take away the side to side wobble, no cutting of the stock required, and once again real simple installation (simply pop out all three pins, remove old sear, insert new, put pins back in, put a bolt in EMPTY chamber, and fiddle with the screw adjustments and dry fire until a comfortable trigger pull is acquired-see that easy, why all the confusion??), finally once again, spend the money for this sear, it will definitely make you feel a whole lot better about the rifle you purchased as it will now outperform many others!
After butchering the stock sear
After butchering the stock sear to lighten a 10+lb pull, I was really bummed out. I installed the Rifle Basix sear, and I am completely delighted. 20 min to install with only a small screwdriver and needle-nose pliers. It made my Mk2 shoot one-hole groups. It's now our 4H competition rifle. Thanks, Rifle Basix
I bought this trigger
I bought this trigger and am really happy with it. Installing it was simple. Make sure you put about 150 rounds through it before you try to "finalize" your settings. The trigger settings will move around quite a bit the first 100 rounds or so. It was very time-consuming to get the creep just right. It took about an hour. One thing I do not like about it was the safety. It is very fussy with the new trigger. The safety can only be engaged when the bolt is up and back, but if the bolt is down and cocked, it won't work. Not a big deal as long as you don't walk with it chambered. Also, the side-to-side slop in the trigger is still bad.
Savage Model 93R17-FVSS Sear
I installed it into a Savage Model 93R17-FVSS. Install time was less than ten minutes. Tools needed were Allen wrenches and a phillips screwdriver to remove the action, and then needle nose pliers, a punch to remove the pins, and the supplied Allen wrench. Pull weight was reduced from just over 5 lbs. factory to 2 lbs. The bolt and safety function normally and safely. The trigger is now far better than the factory. I am still adjusting it to suit me. The annoying side-to-side movement of the original assembly is still present, and over-travel could be addressed. I would have rated it higher, but for the cost...a new Timney trigger for my Remington 700 costs less.
Rifle Basix Sear kit
The rifle basix sear kit is well worth installing. The factory trigger is heavy, and the sear engagement is extremely long with an initial rough little hitch. This kit went on a Savage Mark 2 in 17 mach 2, which delivered 1/2 inch groups at 100 yards with the factory trigger and 3/8 to 1/4 groups under ideal wind with rifle basix. There is no need for wood removal as the instructions advise, and the kit is a true drop-in with no change in the function of the factory safety. The instructions have some deficiencies that are not obvious to engineers and manufacturers but are to consumers. 1. a tube of shooters choice lube is provided, but no suggested lube points are shown or discussed. 2.The sear position screw needs more commentary on function other than a couple of thousands of minimal setting. one can barely feel the set screw contacting the spring. So how do you tell what a couple thousands are. this trigger is high performance. It will stand all kinds of jarring and fast cycling of the bolt but not bolt slamming which will upset the sear. The key is reasonable use. Also much better than the accu trigger on my model 12 Savage.
Savage Striker 501 Sear
I installed this sear on a Savage Striker 501, and it made a world of difference. Trigger pull is now fully adjustable with no creep at all. It takes only a few minutes to install, and the instructions are clear and detailed. The sear does cause the position of the trigger to change ever so slightly within the stock and trigger guard, so some minor filing was necessary, but I'm told this is only a problem with Strikers.
Rifle Basix SAV-R
Rifle Basix makes a great trigger. I installed the new sav-r sear with no issues in my old Savage 17hmr. It’s always a breath of fresh air when a product does what they say it would.