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Old November 26, 2012, 04:49 PM   #9
cw308
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A good trigger should break at the same pull weight each time. clean break with out over travel. After that, alot of trigger time. Dry fire & shooting. I'm a benchrest target shooter only. Rem. 700 LTR 308 Cal. Changed the trigger to a Jewell 10 oz. Once you get use to any trigger the 10 oz. doesn't feel so light. A lighter trigger for target shooting only, will tighten up your groups. Any other type of shooting no lighter than 3 lbs. Triggers must be consistent, clean with lighter fluid when needed & your good to go. Be safe, Hope I helped. Chris

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