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Old 10-25-2017, 02:11 PM
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You can easily rework the existing factory trigger to any reasonable pull weight, and it still be 100% idiot proof! Of all the 700 triggers I've done, I've not had a single complaint or ND happen to my knowledge (after customer gets rifle back). The final tests I do to make SURE the trigger is SAFE before going out are I slam the bolt closed when off safe as violently as I can, pull trigger HARD while on safe, then take off safe & see if the firing pin falls, and smack the butt against the floor HARD while off safe, all several times, and in front of the customer so they too can see it's perfectly reliable. It's truly a shame that Canjar single set triggers went out when the owner passed, I LOVE those triggers! If you're determined to buy an aftermarket trigger, check out Jard! I've put several in (at LEAST a couple dozen), and they are GREAT triggers especially when you consider the modest price!
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