We worked the trigger on my son's .243 RAR.
It would dial down to just over 3 pounds... a bit heavy for accuracy work.
So I removed the single pin that holds the trigger itself into the trigger housing... easily lifted out the tension spring (a coil spring)... clipped off two coils... a dab of lithium grease on the ledge... and the whole thing went back together in about 5 minutes.
Trigger is now at a super nice 2 pounds...
This trigger will be very easy to work on for those who tend to tinker. (I know I know... smokin' out the self appointed mall cops, but somebody's gotta do it).