I did a little work to make my Timney trigger fit, after instalation the set pull was as if it was set for a varmit rifle. I would start to pull and with no resistance, click! I don't understand the instructions well, my meds have changed some, its hard to comprehend..
****! Dont laugh. this makes me sick! the meds have me screwed up.
I cant read a blue print with this crap they got me on. all I would like to do is add some weight
to the pull. I love it! it won't misfire or bump fire its just smooth, to smooth.
My Springfield is a sweet rifle..all I need is to go to the farm this November.
Have you measured the pull weight? Timney triggers are normally set at the max pull weight from the factory unless you order it from them and then you determine the pull weight. The trigger pull adjustment screw will need to be turned clockwise for weight increase. I would not do this without a trigger pull gauge. If you decide to do this go in small increments with barreled action in stock. When done put a dab of clear finger nail polish on adjustment screw to keep it from walking.
KC, then it doesn't sound like you did any hammering, bending or filing on the trigger...so that eliminates you doing anything to the trigger that would alter it. So have you tryed coyotezapper's advise, how did it work?