Originally Posted by primerate2
These BSA's were marketed by Al Freeland and he set some national records with one. I own one that came from his shop. The problem with them is that the fore arm is attached to the reciever with a steel rod and when you have a sling on it is easy to put differant preasure on that rod. Differant preasure on the fore arm will cause differant preasure on the reciever and the acceracy will change. Karl made the best trigger ever and I have several of them. He once tokld me that his triggers will hold on 2/32 of one oz and not go off. I told him that I thought I could think mine off and he said several other shooters have told him the same thing.
Mine was an Al Freeland as is my .308 and it had the lightest trigger of any rifle I ever owned.