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Replacement Remington Triggers

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Unread 08-07-2011, 04:47 PM
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Re: Replacement Remington Triggers

I bought a special spring from Hollands Guns and had a gunsmith install it for $40. For me, as a novice, this made a big difference. That and a new scope helped bring my groups from 8 inches at 200 yards to under 2 inches @ 200. (It helps with the scope does not hit you in the face so I flinch less).

Compared to a new trigger, the spring was inexpensive at under $15 or so.

I have a Rem 700 Sporter in 30.06 which I think is an ADL. Remington matches the serial number to a 7mm Mountain Rifle which is spooky.

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Unread 08-10-2011, 09:29 PM
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Re: Replacement Remington Triggers

In my 700's I have Shilen, Timney and one stock trigger I adjusted myself. Shilen is a little better than the Timney but not much. The stock trigger is set at 3 lbs. and is on my winter coyote rifle and it works fine. The Shilen can be difficult for a novice to install and the Timney(510) is relatively easy.
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