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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-19-2010, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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lyman deer stalker trigger

can the trigger on a deer stalker be lightend? mine feels way to heavy.

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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

not too sure I would suggest making a trip to Dixon's. I have a d-stalker also and have just dealt with the trigger. I feel your pain. Not too worried about it, i should have a new one in 4 months that has a sweet trigger

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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

Does it have set triggers? Some of them have a screw between the triggers that adjusts the pull.
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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

no set triggers on the deerstalker

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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

I want to get the dremel out and do some filing!!the trigger is way too heavy there has to be a way to lighten it up.

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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

just be careful not to take too much away. for things like that i really don't trust myself and have someone elso do it. that way if it gets messed up it is on them not me

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just be careful not to take too much away. for things like that i really don't trust myself and have someone elso do it. that way if it gets messed up it is on them not me

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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

I did it on my trade rifle,it work out good.I was hoping someone could tell a better way.

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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-19-2010, 09:26 PM
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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

I was told no by a couple different gunsmiths. I broke mine down and oiled it up and its OK. They are a tad stiff though. Actually I think Loggy directed me to a replacement
that would fit a couple years ago. That however would have taken away my excuse for missing deer.
I'll tell ya the Lyman peeps with the hooded front sight are a difference maker. The 2 are about $135 with shipping from Lyman.com. Cheaper from Williams
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Re: lyman deer stalker trigger

Oil it and shoot it... it'll loosen up.

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