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It's a Italian P&V

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Says not; wholly made in London, but one must wonder. I find it interesting that the trigger is spec'd as single, but no mention of being selective. The pic leads me to believe that is indeed selective, but as Russ used to say, I could be wrong.

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What am I missing that would lead one to think the trigger is selective?

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It appears to me that there is a selector located at there of the trigger guard.


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A second hard look vs. the first glace tells me its likely the trigger release button I noted and not a selector. Guess that means Russ was right, eh?

Thanks for the question!

Still, I'd think a selective trigger would be an option at the very least if a feller wanted one.

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That's an odd button for the releasing of the trigger plate, but entirely possible I suppose. I think I'd like it better if it worked the way a Perazzi does ................push firmly forward on the safety slide and it releases the trigger plate to be pulled out the bottom. Whatever that is in the rear of the guard, it is a much better place for a barrel selector than a trigger plate release button, IMO.

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Not being an O/U fan, I think I will settle for their alligator cartridge bag, which goes for 9,500 pounds.

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I'm going to stay with selector. But I guess we have to buy one to see what's in it. Notice you get free shipping on your cartridge bag as it's over 200 lbs


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The trigger looks pretty similar to their sporter trigger which is a pop out trigger plate type too. The sporter has a non-selectable trigger according to their web site.


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