Professional Trigger Pull Gauge by OneTigris
Digitial force gauge with max load value of 110 lbs push or pull. You can check this scale out here if this is something you’re interested in- https://amzn.to/43aSPJS This is an affiliate link so I do get a small kickback if you use it. It does not effect the price whether you use the link or not.
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