The warning (directly below the image) basically seems to say:. It ain’t drop safe and it wasn’t designed to be drop safe so don’t be surprised if it fires if you drop it with a round in the chamber. I’m serious, don’t be thinking the safety is all you need. Commonse sense not included.
The final step of the instructions seems basically a reminder.
I’ve been curious about this for awhile. So, after install, I did a bit of testing. Rest assured, I WILL NOT be carrying this rifle around with a loaded chamber.
The safety prevents trigger pull as designed to do. But a sharp rap will result in a fired round regardless of the position of the safety. I think it would hold up to a drop of a couple feet, but more than that will be bad.
Rifle Basix has been doing these triggers for a loooong time. I like the approach.
Edit to add: Ok … just got back from setting up a generator at my folks place. They are too hard headed to stay with me or my brother. At any rate I was showing it to my gf’s son and tried to demonstrate the rifle firing by banging buttstock on the ground. Well, I stopped before banging hard enough to dent the stock. Strangely, with the action in the stock, I could not bang it hard enough to make it fire.
@JoeFridaySays … are you as amazed as I am that this piece of paper actually protects them?