Originally Posted by AJ Peacock
Steady and smooth
I like a 2lb trigger on a general purpose rifle. That is a bit lighter than most like; I like a 1lb on a special purpose longrange rifle (which is WAY lighter than most are used to).
I've always tended toward lighter trigger pulls on all my firearms (shotguns, pistols, competition stuff etc.).
All you want is for the trigger to be light enough to supprise you when shooting without
For a hunting rifle 2 to 2.5lbs is about the minimum safe weight for hunting.
Under controled conditions less is ok but you can't touch the trigger untill you are
ready to shoot.
Be carefull and don't adjust the sear and be sure and test the rifle by bumping the
but on the floor and set the safety on,pull the trigger and then flip the safety off
with a good snap to see if it will fire BEFORE YOU LOAD IT.
You probably all ready know and do all of this but it doesen't hurt to mention it.
J E CUSTOM