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remington x-mark pro tigger

Postby 919QuackerStacker » Sun Apr 06, 2008 8:59 am

I bought a remington 700 in 22-250 with the x-mark pro tigger its a good feelin tigger but it is too heavy... on a tigger pull gauge it is about 5 lbs does any one know how this tigger adjusts and has anyone every done it. Remington says it is fully adjustable and it is suppose to be 40% lower from the factory well if that is the case it would have been a 9 lb tigger thank for your help
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Postby jrockncash » Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:33 am

The new shooting times did a deal on that trigger. Let me go find it and I will let you know what I come up with.
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Postby jrockncash » Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:47 am

April 08 shooting times says " Remington says it is fully adjustable, by a qualified gunsmith". So it sounds to me like they didnt design it like the Savage Accutrigger in that an simple twist of a screwdriver will adjust the trigger. You may be able to contact remington and get it lowered for free. Let us know what Remington said if you decide to do that.
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Postby 919QuackerStacker » Sun Apr 06, 2008 2:37 pm

ok i will do that
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Postby bgoldhunter » Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:53 pm

Take it out, chunk it as far as you can and put in an older version. They aren't that much, even for a 40x trigger and are much better than the supposed new and improved trigger.
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Postby 919QuackerStacker » Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:28 am

ok so i just got off the phone with remington customer service and from what he said there is basically 2 warrenties on the gun one for the gun itself and 1 on the tigger..... to keep the warrenty on the trigger you have to send it to a remington authorized gunsmith and the closest one to me is about 200 miles, but any gunsmith can do it, it will just void the warrenty on the trigger but not the one on the gun and they can only lower it to factory specs which s between 3 and 6 lbs but it can go as lower than that but if you put an aftermarket trigger in it you will loose every warrenty on the gun so ether way you go you are screwed
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Postby bgoldhunter » Mon Apr 07, 2008 12:31 pm

Nah. Keep the factory trigger in your gun parts bin. Put on a better trigger, and if you have any problems put the old trigger back on and send it in.

For the life of me, I can't understand Remington's position on their warranties. I know too many people burned by it...
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Postby jrockncash » Mon Apr 07, 2008 1:20 pm

Hey BG thats exactly why their waranty is the way it is. It burns me and you not Remington. Did they say what it would cost with shipping? What would the fees altogether cost to have Remington to do it? Compare that cost to getting a new Timney or Jewell Trigger and you will get your answer. A guy gets a new gun you dont really want to have to put a new trigger in it though.
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Postby 919QuackerStacker » Mon Apr 07, 2008 3:08 pm

he said that the gumsmith charge there own rates they are licensed by remington to work on their products so they keep their own rates i would amgine it woould be near 400$ a buddy of mine had some trigger work done in his remington 308 and it was 400$ plus price of shipment and i just got the new scope on and sighted in i might just have a buddy of mine that is a gun smith work on it or like yall said buy a new trigger and keep that one in the parts bin in case somethin else happens
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