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A-bolt trigger adjustment

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by lwh723, Mar 9, 2003.

  1. lwh723

    lwh723 Member


    I own a Browning A-Bolt II varmit, and while I love the gun, the trigger is a little heavy; so I was wandering if someone out there could tell me what my options are. Drop in, mechanically adjust, polish, etc?
  2. Omaha-BeenGlockin

    Omaha-BeenGlockin Well-Known Member

    Been awhile since I messed with mine---but here goes.

    You have to remove the floorplate and turn down(clockwise) the tiny screw that is hidden in there---that will decrease the poundage of the trigger pull---No other adjustments by the user should be done.

    No aftermarket triggers are available that I'm aware of-----Any other work should be done by a gunsmith.
  3. lwh723

    lwh723 Member

    Thanks Omaha,

    The screw was there, just as you said. I didn't actually try any adjusting, yet. I didn't have my little screwdrivers handy, and that is a little screw.

  4. Nero Steptoe

    Nero Steptoe member

    If the screw in question is inside a small coil spring, then the screw doesn't adjust the trigger pull weight. At least, that's the way it is on a Micro-Medalion. Could be different on the A-Bolt, I suppose.
  5. rugerfreak

    rugerfreak Well-Known Member

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