From: email@example.com (John Bercovitz)
Subject: Re: Remington 700 and Triggers
Organization: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, California
In article <9312071104.AA07582@LL.MIT.EDU>
Doug White <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
#I beg to differ with your assessment of Rem 700 triggers. The one I
#got last Spring was over 7 pounds, and that was with the trigger weight
#screw backed almost all of the way out. Rather than mess with cutting
#the spring down, I bought a Jewell, and it is superb!
Backing out the screw is kind of a hard way to do things. What you have
to do is take the spring out of a tire valve and use it instead of the
stock spring. Makes it real easy to get a reliable and clean 2 pound
trigger pull. Cutting the spring's length is kind of counterproductive
in a way because shortening a spring raises the spring constant making
it an even more delicate adjustment than it all ready is.