+1 vote for Trigger Tech in a hunting trigger. The Primary model is perfect for hunting, and the beauty of the TTs are they FEEL even lighter than the scale reads. I told everyone my custom that came with one was set around 2 - 2 1/4 lbs without measuring. When we measured, it was 3 1/4! It goes down to 1 1/2 lbs, like Timney, unless you go up the Diamond model, which rivals the Jewell and Elftman. If you want a pull measured in ounces, the cheapest way out is a Timney Calvin Elite. If you want one all the way down to 2 ounces, go Elftman. They are 20% off now, too! But you'll still spend $250 at 20% off. I'm ordering a Trigger Tech Diamond as we speak while I can get one for $227 shipped. It will go on a 1000yd muzzle loader being built by Bayou. I can't have any flinch causing me to pull off target. With ballistics better than a 460 Wby Mag, this will be a MUST. But FYI, I just put a Timney Calvin Elite on a long range hunting 338 Edge... Nothing against Jewell. They have worked very well for a LONG time. Your cheapest way out is to hone the factory job, and next would probably be a Rifle Basix. Timney and TT Primary are equal in price and the pull weight range they cover. I still prefer the TT, but I have Timneys I don't plan on replacing...most notably in my Barrett. Just depends on what YOU want!