I went out and shot my hunting rifle this weekend and I forgot how bad the trigger is on it. I have a 300RUM Sendero and a 22-250 VSSF. When I was shooting these guns I couldn't believe how sloppy the triggers were. I also wanted to ask some of you for some advice on the senderos. I am thinking about having the action and barrel bedded and the trigger re-worked. Does anyone have some first hand experience on this and if its worth it. Also any advice to make these guns better would be great. Don't get me wrong they both shoot great but I definitely need the triggers re-worked.
Your trigger can be tuned by a good smith to a reasonable weight or you shell out for a new unit there are several good ones on the market. Good triggers are a must to realize the full potential of a precision rifle. The HS stocks on your rifles can benefit from a skim bed job on the action.
First off is it the first sendero or the sendero II? if it is first sendero and first vssf then snipercdountry had a good article a few months back about remmy triggers and how to adjust. the article can be found at www.snipercountry.com/Articls/RemingtonTriggers.asp
If they are the new black fluted barrels, I don't know, haven't had my hands on one yet, but they say they are different, don't know for sure.