Originally Posted by Chas1
No BS. If folks would do their homework they'd know adjustments are not to be made by the gun owner or anyone except the Remington factory or Remington authorized repair center. I'm sure Remington position on this is based on everything ranging from additional revenue stream, fewer lawsuits, marketing tool etc. IMHO triggers are not as simple a mechanism as some may think and adjusting one thing might affect another and should only be undertaken by a qualified gunsmith or in this case Remington factory or their authorized repair center. Otherwise you might have the gun go boom when it ain't supposed to.
I understand your point on this, but I think it's a little dumb of Remington to advertise it as a fully adjustable trigger (I realize anytime you fiddle with something mechanical, there is a certain risk that is taken tho lol), it leads the customer to believe it is meant to be able to be adjusted by them. Especially if you don't read the fine print.
I knew I was voiding the factory warranty when I did this, but I was not happy with the original trigger. I wish Remington had kept their old trigger, it was tunable to how you wanted if you knew what you were doing. The X-Mark you're limited to 1 real adjustment, unless you dissassemble the unit.