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Old December 25, 2012, 10:52 AM   #18
CharlieDeltaJuliet
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Join Date: July 25, 2012
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Listen to flak, I do NOT recommend anyone adjusting their tigger with the exception of the external adjuster. I have worked these triggers for quite a while. Too much polishing or not enough sear pressure and it gets dangerous real fast. I spent more time removing the thread locker than polishing and adjusting. It isn't rocket science, but it can be as dangerous. All three of the internal adjustment have to be just right or.....bang...when you least expect it. Every X-Mark is different. I usually get them to 2-3.5lbs, but have had three out of the last four that were a little better for adjustment. Trust me on this, it is cheaper to buy an aftermarket trigger than to risk adjusting the stock trigger, especially if you are unfamiliar with them. Merry Christmas
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