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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 12:13 pm 
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The plastic trigger would be better in colder weather really.
Sometimes shooting a metal trigger such as a "Rekord" on a HW airgun can get uncomfortable to shoot in very cold weather,because metal becomes cold very quick.
Plastic triggers are more comfortable to shoot in cold weather and don't seem to absorb the cold as much.
As far as brittleness,I don't think you have to worry.The trigger blade is made out of plastic,but the trigger mech is metal.

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Hi Squirrel,

I have been on the airgun forums for 7 years now and have never heard of anyone breaking a Diana trigger. The plastic is quite thick and the sear contact area is metal. The contoured plastic Diana triggers ar very comfortable on the finger, unlike some squared off aluminum alloy triggers.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 11:54 pm 
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thanks very much, i can see how they would be an advantage in the cold. i guess if they make em out of plastic, they're gonna be sure that they are not gonna break. thanks very much.


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