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Unread 12-17-2011, 08:04 PM
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Re: weatherby mark v ultra light trigger

No, reread what I said, I can get 15 ounces with a factory untouched spring. It just takes less sear. I do no cutting or polishing no nothing than allen screws. 15-16 ounces is the bottom with a factory spring.
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    Re: weatherby mark v ultra light trigger

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    Originally Posted by Hired Gun View Post
    No, reread what I said, I can get 15 ounces with a factory untouched spring. It just takes less sear. I do no cutting or polishing no nothing than allen screws. 15-16 ounces is the bottom with a factory spring.
    I did reread it. Your original post doesn't include the words that I placed in bold above. One then has to be willing to play with the factory sear settings - somthing I've not needed to do if I swap to one of Richard's springs.

    Anyway, thanks for the trigger info. If I ever have a spare trigger group I might try it.
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