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Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

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Unread 12-02-2011, 03:38 PM
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Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

I have a first generation blued Sendero in .25-06. I thought the trigger was pretty decent until I bought a Remington police in .308 that had trigger work done to it. Now the Sendero feels like pulling a cat off a screen door to me. Are these triggers easy to adjust? Which aftermarket drop-in trigger would you recommend without breaking the bank. Where would you recommend purchasing it? I can't afford a $300 Jewel or Timney.

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    Re: Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

    Remington 700 w/Safe

    Dude, $129.95 for a Timney 1.5-4 lbs..... I have the 511 on my 338RUM (LH). Pretty good trigger, the shoe is a little bigger than I was used to, but I'm happy with it.
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    Re: Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

    jewell 215.00 good , huber 275.00 better, but you can easily adjust your trigger to 2 1/2 - 3lbs - if you need - how to - info pm me
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    Re: Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

    Shilen with RB safety kit, half the cost of Jewell and feels just as good.
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    Re: Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

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    Shilen with RB safety kit, half the cost of Jewell and feels just as good.
    Where can I purchase this trigger?
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    Re: Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

    Brownells, Shilen trigger part number 801-700-100 cost $99.99, Riflebasix safety kit is part number 758-000-011 cost $37.99.
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    Re: Which Trigger for a Remington 700?

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    Brownells, Shilen trigger part number 801-700-100 cost $99.99, Riflebasix safety kit is part number 758-000-011 cost $37.99.
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