View Full Version : Tubb Speedlock for Remington 700 any good?
10-03-2008, 11:29 AM
Is it worth the $60??
10-03-2008, 12:52 PM
No. I got sucked into buying a few (including the Speedlock for my 700) Tubb products, and they don't perform any differently then the OEM items they try to replace. 99.9% of SSS' stuff is merely to fund a guy's expensive habit. The guy's out most of the time shooting, never in the shop when you call. I don't think he really has much, if any, input on what the products w/ his name on them turn out like. Just my .02. (ACTUALLY, make that $60.02 for the other chunk I wasted!:p)
10-03-2008, 2:38 PM
10-03-2008, 2:58 PM
I think buying something like that is like buying a carbon fiber shift knob. Something to brag about but it's kind of gimmicky.
Read the notes, it's benefits per Midway.
Gives 365 grains of Weight Reduction (from factory pin) in the Firing Pin
1.01 millisecond Reduced Lock Time
Sounds quite impressive to me. The weight and reduced lock time is truely significant.
10-03-2008, 5:24 PM
ACTUALLY, he ^^^^^ hit the nail on the head. And that's going to be about the same w/ all of Tubbs' stuff. Something to think about.:confused::confused: Buy AMMO instead!!!!!!:D
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