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Old 06-10-2011, 03:50 AM
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Re: Jewell Triggers??

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Did anyone mention that Jewel triggers are externally adjustable?

Hence, you don't need to disassemble your rifle to tweak it.

That's what I was told anyways and I'm planning to use one on my next build.

-- richard
That is correct. I believe that 2 of 3 adjustments are external and can be reached without taking the action out of the stock. If memory serves me correct, the pull weight and overtravel are externally adjustable but the sear engagement is not. Just going off memory here, I don't have one in front of me at the moment.
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Old 06-10-2011, 08:49 AM
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Re: Jewell Triggers??

I spent a ton of dollars on a super shootin' 375 AM build. The pure enjoyment of shooting the big beast was a rush.

The most impressive feature, accuracy and shootability were a given, was the Jewel trigger. I now know what I have been missing as all of my other rigs are sporting the standard remmy trigger.

As JE said, I have to pony up for replacements for all of the remmy triggers.
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