Remington model 700 trigger exploded view.

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by Fan of the 1911, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. Fan of the 1911

    Fan of the 1911 Active Member

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    I'm working on my model 700 the trigger is well horrible. I've adjusted it and it has a rubbery feel at the bottom before the release, and this will not allow consistent pull weight or feel.

    Does anyone have a good exploded picture of the 700 trigger I may just take it apart and clean it, and or stone it.

    I have a load in development and I'm at the point where the trigger needs to be worked on or replaced, before I bed the stock.

    It's the trigger with the lines in the shoe, not the x-mark. its on a sendero if that makes a difference.

    Thank you, William.
     
  2. Gunpoor

    Gunpoor Well-Known Member

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    I don't have a blow-up drawing of the trigger but will offer some unsolicited advise, get a Timney trigger for it and move on. The Timneys aren't that expensive and will be a better trigger.
     

  3. bullelk6

    bullelk6 Well-Known Member

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    second that the timney is great and not very expensive,i have several and all are awesome
     
  4. Fan of the 1911

    Fan of the 1911 Active Member

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    Just ordered some springs from wolf, will try that first. It may have a bunch of solvent and crud in the trigger assembly. Have had an older remington with a good trigger, wasn't light but it was good and clean. Will work on this one and see if it turns out ok. It feels like a waste of money if it's something I can fix myself. If I have to order one I'm going to get a Jewell, but I haven't found them in stock as of late.