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Cut Away rifle SA-80

I do love looking and photographing cut away weapons. The amount of information that is gathered in a good cut away is amazing. I hope you enjoy this one.

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When I was taking the pictures I was focusing on a particular part. That is the reason for so many that look the same.

3 comments to Cut Away rifle SA-80

  • Mr. Chubbins

    Good morning,
    Can you point me to some info about bullpup triggers? I have been wondering how the transfer from the front occurs to the hammer scear in the back. What makes some of the bullpup triggers mushy and what makes some great.

  • Dan E

    I imagine that trigger pull would feel like my SuperSoaker 1500 after it’s been in the sand a few times

  • Sam

    Nah, the trigger pull is pretty smooth. This is probably standard what I’m describing as I don’t do much shooting, but the first pressure is rather smooth and easy, and the second pressure is still smooth but obviously stiffer. I’ve fired a Ruger .22 before, it’s kind of like that but easier to pull.

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