6 HARDENED STEEL COMPONENTS The trigger housing and all internal components of the M.O.A. trigger featured on the XPR® rifle are constructed of polished and hardened carbon steel, many with a blued finish for added durability and corrosion resistance. The sear and actuator have a NICKEL TEFLON™ coating for reduced friction and added wear resistance. Trigger Piece Actuator Sear Trigger Housing 1 Take-Up Spring Overtravel Adj. Screw Pull Weight Adj. Screw Sear Return Spring C A B (1) M.O.A. TRIGGER SYSTEM The M.O.A. Trigger System works on the simple principle of the pivoting lever. Pictured above are the trigger piece (A), actuator (B), and sear (C). (2) 2:1 MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE The trigger piece offers a wide, smooth face to better distribute finger pressure for a lighter, more sensitive feel. Because of its geometry and 2:1 mechanical advantage, the trigger piece travels only half the distance of the actuator (2X). Since this distance is cut in half, the perception of creep and overtravel are virtually eliminated. This means that your “feel” for the trigger is greatly enhanced and your effective accuracy, both in the field and off the bench, is improved. ZERO TAKE-UP Take-up is the distance the trigger piece travels prior to the sear moving toward release and the shooter feeling resistance. The M.O.A. Trigger System uses a spring to eliminate take-up by keeping the trigger piece in constant contact with the actuator. Unlike many competitors’ designs, the unique geometry of the M.O.A. pre-loads the entire trigger system to bias out normal manufacturing tolerances. ZERO CREEP Creep is the perceptible movement of the trigger prior to the release of the firing pin and has a negative influence on accuracy, causing inconsistency and uncertainty during the pull of the trigger. Creep contributes to jerking the trigger, thus adding to movement of the gun during firing. The 2:1 mechanical advantage created by this unique design geometry has virtually eliminated creep in the XPR® rifle’s M.O.A. Trigger. ZERO OVERTRAVEL Overtravel is the rearward movement of the trigger after the firing pin has been released. It can actually jar the gun away from its intended point of aim and is very distracting to the shooter. The adjustable M.O.A. Trigger System is set at the factory for a crisp break at about 3 1/2 pounds with no perceptible overtravel. When the sear drops, the trigger stops. Point of aim is point of impact. C A B 2X X 2