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Old 03-10-2006, 04:54 AM
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Re: Holland trigger spring

Don't try using the factory spring and back it off. It's been said already that will cause the sear to not engage fully. Yes! get the spring kit and as far as the trigger spring the trigger can stay on. If the kit comes with a sear spring taking the rear trigger pin out will let the trigger hinge down to install the sear spring. good luck
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Old 03-15-2006, 05:38 PM
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Re: trigger question?

I HAVE TWO SAKOS .243 (1967VIN) AND 6PPC BOTH 1 1/2 LB PULL........ NO CREAP, CRISP, FAST, SAME EVERY TIME..... I HAVE A SHILEN TRIGER ON A REM 700, 1.25LB, NO CREAP, FAST,SAME WEIGHT EVERY TIME; I WOULD BUY SHILEN AGAIN. I HAVE A JEWEL ON MY 700 SENDERO, VERY GOOD,SAME WEIGHT EVERY TIME 1.9 LB .... THE OTHER 700'S I HAVE; I ADJUSTED TO AROUND 2 TO 2.5 LB FOLLOWING THE "REM CRISP" ARTICLE BY FURUZZA........I KNOW THIS MAY NOT HELP YOU WITH YOUR PROBLEM .. I WOULD BUY A SHILEN AGAIN; I REALLY LIKE IT ~!....... RON
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