tikka t3 trigger adjustment

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by targetbuster, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. targetbuster

    targetbuster Member

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    Does any have any info on how to adjust the triggers on the tikka t3 rifles. Info would be greatly appreciated.

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  2. rwc

    rwc New Member

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    I am interested in the same information. PM me if you find something.
    I may pick up the screw driver this weekend if I can't find something on the web. The manual I have is less than helpful.

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  3. rwc

    rwc New Member

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    I picked up the screw driver yesterday. First I removed the magazine and bolt. Lacking a torque driver and what the proper settings are I placed masking tape on the stock, adjacent to the two screws on the bottom of the action, and marked the line of the screw groove. Then I counted revolutions as I removed the screws (5).
    The trigger guard came out as a single unit to reveal an allen head screw that appeared to have red loc-tite dabbed on it. I rotated the screw out until it almost touched the bracket in front of it. Then I reattached the trigger guard. Simple as can be.

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  4. Steve B

    Steve B New Member

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    FYI...If you separate the action from the stock, Beretta stipulated to me that the reassembly torque on the two action screws is 51 - 53 inch lbs. I wouldn't 'eye-ball' them. I don't know what the torque recommendation on the trigger set is, though.