Originally Posted by KMO
Or, BBP, you might just pull the assembly & send it in to a trusted gunsmith for a trigger job. I'll be getting an assembly back this week from my favorite smith over in CA...
Good point. I think that I will still buy an aftermarket trigger but will have my stock trigger adjusted as well. It is always good to have spare parts lying around, and have a few options. I don't like the idea of sending away a key component of my rifle without having a backup of that component.
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