It's the trigger that you shoot best. I have owned and do own many of these triggers and I can't tell you which is best. I shoot a regular polished mil spec trigger most and for me, that would be my hunting rifle. I know the break every time.
There has been times I hunted using my timney and I would fire before I wanted to due to the very light trigger... there is no best trigger for your situation, other than the trigger you are most accustomed with.
The very light triggers are great for target practice but I also prefer something a little more heavy when popping pigs.
Edited by PiePuncher (03/19/17 08:25 AM)