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How to lighten a trigger (marlin .22)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ndh87, Feb 11, 2009.

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  1. ndh87

    ndh87 Member

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    I have a marlin model 60. As i was sighting it in the other day i started to notice how heavy the trigger is. How can i go about lightening the trigger? A new sear maybe? Polish the existing one? I dont want to accidentally create a full auto. Anyone have links for trigger parts, i havent found anything on midway.

    thanks.
     
  2. Dookie

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    There is not a dang thing for the 60 triggers, it doesn't help that they are over complicated.
     
  3. FN5.7shooter

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    Check over at rimfirecentral in the Marlin section. Lots of info on the 60. :)
     
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    Try the Marlin Collectors Assocation Forum...Lots of good info there. VD51
     
  5. ndh87

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    Can i just disassemble the action and stone the hammer and sear down a little bit?
     
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