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Trigger weight

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Tommy Medlin, May 26, 2013.

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  1. Tommy Medlin

    Tommy Medlin Member

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    I'm pretty sure someone in this forum can answer this ....Can the trigger on a Rem.Mod 7 be adjusted to a lighter pull? Thanks in advance for input!
     
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    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    Yes, No, Maybe?
    Remington has used at least three different trigger designs in the 700 series over the years.

    If your Model 7 has an older Walker designed three-screw trigger follow these direction.
    To the letter.

    http://www.theoutdoorwriter.com/shooting/r700_trigger.htm

    http://www.snipercountry.com/Articles/RemingtonTriggers.asp

    The sear engagement. over-travel, and safety engagement directly relate to each other.
    And you can easily make a safe trigger & safety unsafe, by fooling around with any of them you don't totally understand.

    Perhaps if you want a really light, SAFE trigger?
    A Bold, Jard, Timney, or other after-market trigger assembly is your best bet.
    http://www.brownells.com/search/index.htm?k=rem+700+trigger&ksubmit=y



    rc
     
  3. Tommy Medlin

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    Thanks rc,THR has had me glued to my computer since I became a member on May 2 '13 .I've had lots of questions answered that I didn't even have to ask,as someone else had already asked them.Looking forward to learning more !
     
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