The PinPoint Trigger comes with a Straight / Curved trigger blade as default and with a free blade of your choice from the FlexiPoint product range. If you’d like to try other shapes, you can order a great variety of additional trigger blades here:
High quality scope rail, designed especially to work together with my FWB Anti-POI-Shift Kit, using these products together eliminates the POI-shifts on Feinwerkbau Alutec stocks. I’ve been using the same solution on my rifle, and zeroed my rifle last time in 2012, need to tell anything more?!?
Made of aircraft grade aluminium alloy, natural alu anodising, elevation 35 mm, reproduces the same dovetail on the top as the FWB’s original dovetail. Default slope is 0.71% = 24.4 MOA.
Ball trigger with a 5 and an 8 mm ball on the two ends. Ball triggers are fine because you’ll always have the same trigger weight, but it’s a severe problem that you can’t feel the direction of the pull. This Ball trigger is available in Offset version, too.
This trigger blade has been designed specially for a former FT world champion, who has got very short fingers and had always been struggling to reach the trigger. The trigger blade has got a greater offset and when rotated, can bring the contact point even more backwards. The surfaces are the same as on the standard trigger set.
This is the articulated arm from the FlexiPoint Offset Trigger, with an adapter element it can be connected to the PinPoint Trigger system, too. In most cases, it’s strongly recommended to use the genuine FlexiPoint system for offset structures, because it connects more steady to the rifle action, using both trigger rods (most German made rifles) or holding the rod by two grub screws from the two sides (AirArms Pro-Target / EV-2 / FTP-900).. But if you have got a custom made wooden stock, it may be too tight for the FlexiPoint system but this variation can help… You can buy additional trigger blades with different surfaces for this arm here: FlexiPoint Spare Blades.
This special trigger blade allows you to use my trigger blade vertically. This is closer to the usual trigger blade designs, and allows the vertical adjustment of the blade, too. You can buy additional trigger blades with different surfaces here: FlexiPoint Spare Blades.
Ball trigger with a 5 and an 8 mm ball on the two ends. Ball triggers are fine because you’ll always have the same trigger weight, but it’s a severe problem that you can’t feel the direction of the pull. If you ask me, you should rather choose a round trigger instead from my standard blades, it’s much better. This Ball trigger is available in Offset version, too.
Small horizontal trigger with pyramids on both sides (fine and coarse). Similar to the ball but you can feel the direction of the pull.
These blades have a big round surface that fits to the fingertip. There are four different surfaces, they look quite similar but each version gives a totally different feel on the trigger, so you can choose the one that fits to your shooting style the best.
‘Centre’ gives a d=2 mm sharp point in the middle, giving a very precise feedback of the actual pull weight, the edge gives only a small hint of the right pull direction.
‘Deep’ follows the shape of the fingertip, giving a comfortable and evenly distributed contact on the whole surface.
‘Edge’ is for those who are after the right pull direction, combined with a comfortable feeling of the deeper middle surface.
‘Flat’ feels like a flat surface, simple and precise.
Traditional straight and curved blades, 8mm wide, 20mm high surface with vertical grooves, the middle height is marked with a horizontal groove.