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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-28-2012, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Timney Triggers

Anyone have any experience installing the Timney Triggers. Looks easy in the videos?

I have a Remington 700 BDL 222 and would like to improve the trigger and it they work well I would consider doing same in my two Rugers.

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Re: Timney Triggers

Very simple and one of the best for the money. Test your pull weight before you put the gun back in the stock.

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Re: Timney Triggers

What pull weight do you set for hunting and/or target?

Do you order yours on line or where is a good place to purchase them?

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What pull weight do you set for hunting and/or target?

Do you order yours on line or where is a good place to purchase them?
I like about 3 pounds for a big game rifle.
My heavy barrel ground hog rifle about 1 pound.

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Re: Timney Triggers

best trigger for the money x2.
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Re: Timney Triggers

These are a very good trigger for the money. I like mine set around 2.5 lbs for hunting and about 1 lb for longrange shooting.

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www.midwayusa.com sells Timney triggers.
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Re: Timney Triggers

Very easy to install. The only thing that may cause you a bit of trouble is the width. I had to file mine a little for clearance on the bolt release. But that is easy.

I set mine about 1.5 to 2 pounds on my hunting rifle.
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Good trigger 2lb. for hunting 1.5 target or varminet
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Re: Timney Triggers

I have numerous custom triggers. The Timmney is a good one, easy to install. But I have a Rifle Basix on a Rem 700 which can be adjusted down to 8 oz, and I love it. Also, for Ruger, look at the Moyer trigger, available from Brownells. Mine is on a #1, and was very easy to install.

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