The trigger blade is the most sensitive contact point on the rifle. Many errors are based on faults in this area. The MEC trigger addresses many of these difficulties, providing the shooter with optimal conditions for a perfect trigger release.
The fastening lug made of stainless steel can be swivelled sideways and securely fastened, so that you can choose the perfect point under the barrel axis.
The stainless steel ball-joint permits movement in three axes, so that the shoe can be fixed in practically any position you like.
A perpendicular face means that the force at the moment of release acts exactly along the line of the barrel. A grooved surface with optimised profile ensure definite contact and better sensitivity for the finger pad.
Cross-channels, which can be covered with fine rubber rings, make it simple for you to find the right height for your finger on the trigger, every time.
This unit has now been modified to use the same connector as the new MEC Trigger II, allowing the blade to be mounted closer to the shooter than was previously possible.