Originally Posted by Pieter Willem Vorster
If it is possible to modify a trigger, why spend a lot of money on a new one?
A new trigger would be the last option.
Thanks for the assistence.
I'm sure it can be modified, i.e. by a competent gunsmith, but an hourly cost of $50-$75 labor cost and a minimum charge, it might be a wash at the end.
In addition, someone might be happy with that trigger "as-is". You can then use part of the recouped cost from the sale towards a new one. Your choice to call, just trying to provide alternatives for your consideration!
I personally keep all my hunting rifle trigger pull at 2.5-3.0 lbs.
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