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Haley Explains The Skimmer Trigger

Just as soon as Haley Strategic Partners released their new Skimmer Trigger in conjunction with GlockTriggers.com, the controversy started. Travis Haley has prepared this video to explain what is going on with the Enhanced Carry Trigger System.


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8 Responses to “Haley Explains The Skimmer Trigger”

  1. Corsair8X says:

    That really seems like quite a nice trigger to be honest. The “no creep” seems like an advantage to my inexperienced eyes.

  2. Ken says:

    I still think it’s a placebo. The only thing it has on any other offering is its all OEM parts. He didn’t even physically measure the pull weight..

  3. Mark says:

    People are going buy this product and provide quality reviews I’m sure. However, Ken has a point in that some sort of video showing details on the enhanced experience provided by the trigger should be provided.

    Travis did a pretty good job explaining the product and from what I saw it looked to really improve the trigger but a closer view of his finger on the trigger would have done so much more than his words to demonstrate the product.

  4. FormerSFMedic says:

    What is the deal with all the Haley haters? The man has done more for the firearms training industry in the last 3 years than the industry could do for itself in the same time. I’m always skeptical about products, but in Travis’ current position I find it hard to believe this trigger system is going to be a bust. If I can get my hands on one I’ll be the first to admit it’s crap if it so proves. But, my guess is that it will be a marked improvement over the stock trigger. If it does what it says (eliminates take-up) then it’s worth every penny.

    • straps says:

      Among some, jealousy that the golden glow of celebrity never blessed them (“I could totally do that M-D/Pantaeo crap–I just don’t happen to have a production company at my disposal”).

      Among others, a feeling that he’s over-reaching, even though if you look at what he actively (and probably shrewdly) puts his name on, it’s a smaller pool of gear than what he endorses passively by appearing in a video with a belt he got for free, or a jacket he got for free. On second thought, screw that guy–he gets too much schwag…

  5. alexnchgo says:

    What name/brand tshirt is he wearing?