I would love to find out who did your trigger job and any other info you have on smoothing these rifles out. I have a 760 in 30-06 that my father bought in 1959. After hundreds of deer and thousands of rounds practicing to hit deer and beer cans, the action has really smoothed out. The round kicks too much for me, so I am loading it with cast bullets at just below good hunting velocities. It is more accurate than some expensive bolt actions I have had in the past. I have been trying to slick a .35 Rem out of my brother in law to add to the family.
Here is the 7600P in .308 that is my main woods rifle. With .308 factory loads from a 16 1/2 inch barrel, any deer killed under 20 yards is cooked medium rare by the time I can get out of the stand.