Originally Posted by Fiftydriver
Sear engagement is not enough or there is a negative sear angle, either way, NOT SAFE, do not use until you get the problem corrected.
If you can afford it, invest in a jewell drop in trigger and you will be very happy. Anyway you go, have it installed properly and function tested.
Also would like to add, NEVER depend on a safety, they are mechanical items and mechanical items fail, NEVER put your life or anyones life in that situation, never rely on a safety to keep you out of trouble, keep that rifle unloaded until your ready to shoot.
I will Amen that also.
Unless a person is an expert with triggers It is best not to mess with them.
The best thing to do is get an aftermarket trigger pre set at the factory.
The Jewell comes with 3 different springs that range from 1.5 once to 3 pounds
and has an extra link for safety @ low settings and can be adjusted with the stock
on the barreled action.
Caution: never adjust the sear without the proper gages and required specifications
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