Trigger for Win M70 Stealth II

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by riof16, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. riof16

    riof16 Active Member

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    Never replaced a trigger before on a rifle, but my 223WSSM Stealth II is in dire need. Don't want to spend the $250 for the high-end, so can the experts give me a word or two on a mid-range brand?
     
  2. craigp40

    craigp40 Well-Known Member

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    Why do you want to replace it? Winchester makes an excellent trigger that can be easily adjusted by yourself. If you want to go a step further, a good gunsmith can really tune them in nicely for allot less money than it will cost you to replace it. If you don't know any good smiths, there are few excellent ones on this forum that many would vouch for (i.e. Chris Matthews, Kirby Allen, etc).
     

  3. riof16

    riof16 Active Member

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    I pain-stakingly scraped the epoxy off the trigger threads and adjusted it so that it's MUCH better than it was from the factory. The problem is it creeps badly before it goes off. Can anyone recommend a PHOENIX, AZ local gunsmith to tune it for me?
     
  4. Charles A

    Charles A Well-Known Member

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  5. riof16

    riof16 Active Member

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    Charles, do you have experience with ROBAR? Sounds like a top notch company.
     
  6. Charles A

    Charles A Well-Known Member

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    Charles, do you have experience with ROBAR? Sounds like a top notch company.

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    Yes. They do good work. There SR90's and SR60's are well regarded rifles, and there finishes are great also.