Trigger upgrade?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by muzzleflash, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. muzzleflash

    muzzleflash Member

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    Hey guys, so i have a Remington 700 7mm mag, and i absolutely hate the trigger. I'm never quite sure when it is going to go off, and i often shoot when i don't want to. I also have a Weatherby .243, and i love the trigger on that......

    Anyway, i was wondering if it was really worth spending the money on getting a two stage trigger, or should i just get a trigger with a softer(?) pull? And if so, which trigger assembly model/make and ounce # would you guys recommend?
     
  2. CatShooter

    CatShooter Well-Known Member

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    Just adjust the trigger and save $100.

    If you have the old trigger, go here:

    Remington Trigger Adjustments

    If you have the new one, let me know and I will explain it.

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  3. Dead Beat

    Dead Beat Well-Known Member

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    the remington trigger is very easy to adjust my Remington VLS was adjusted to 26 ounce no creep breaks like piece of glass and i did it about 15 minutes

    JIM
     
  4. muzzleflash

    muzzleflash Member

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    Oh, great! And no, i don't have a new trigger.

    And BTW, how hard is this? I haven't had much experience on the inside of guns, but this is pretty straight forward right? Also, do you think i would want to add more or less pressure, or is that up to what feels best?
     
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  5. CatShooter

    CatShooter Well-Known Member

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    What feels best!!

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  6. Dead Beat

    Dead Beat Well-Known Member

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    its very easy to do the first time it took me 15 minutes its piece of cake

    JIM
     
  7. muzzleflash

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    OK, great, i will definantly give this a try. Thanks!