After e-mailing and calling (I also left a message) Tac-Con regarding the issues I experienced with installing the Raptor trigger, I took my Yugo M70B1 to the range. For this preliminary function check, I set myself up at the 25 yard berm and simply propped the rifle up on the bench by using the magazine as a poor man’s mono-pod. While I put up some 7 inch targets – I was really only interested in testing how the trigger worked given that it was such a pain to install. At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised if something goes wrong…and I was right.
After shooting the Tac-Con Raptor AK trigger at SHOT Show 2015, I was hooked…until I heard the price tag – $349?!? Um…I own AKs which originally cost that much. I figured it wasn’t meant to be and started considering the less expensive triggers being offered by CMC and ALG. A few weeks later I was shocked to learn I had received one in a give-a-way! Of course, the day I got it in the mail – I tore open the box and sat down to install it in one of my rifles.