Mark 611 - 4/25/2010 7:39 PM
WOW how adjustable is that trigger? and how much did that cost and who made it?
These are the adjustment instructions supplied by RCnMo. You can contact him for availability.
Basically, the first screw (closest to the pivot hole) is your first stage adjustment. The second screw is the second stage adjustment and the screw on the blade is the over travel screw. Initially, I would recommend unscrewing the over travel screw until there are no threads showing on the back side of the blade.You can make all the adjustments with the rifle re assembled. Once it is installed and the new trigger pull weight screw is inserted, adjust the first and second stage screws to your liking. Once you've found your sweet spot, turn the over travel screw in until the rifle fires with minimal overtravel, ie, about .030" over travel. Ideally, with this trigger, I set it up to have a long first stage pull and it will come to a 'stop' once it hits this 'stop', that is your second stage. It should be adjusted to just be a crisp break and the rifle will fire. The over travel screw keeps the blade from moving any farther rearwards.