Replacing Weatheryby Trigger
This is kind of one of those "stop me if I'm about to do anything stupid" threads.
I have a Weatherby Mark V in 270wby. It has a nice long barrel and is great for long distance stuff. But the trigger has always been too mushy and too heavy for my tastes. I learned that Timney is now making a replacement trigger, so I ordered one preset to a 2lb pull weight.
Now I'm wondering if this is something that I can replace myself, or whether I should take it to a gunsmith? I'm not a gunsmith, but am pretty comfortable working on guns. If there's any metal work involved I would want to pay someone else to do it. But if it's just a matter of drifting out a pair of pins, swapping out the trigger mechanism and putting the pins back in place that's something I can do.
Does anyone have any experience with these?