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post #6 of (permalink) Old 09-04-2018, 10:25 PM Thread Starter
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Yup for some reason folks just have to mess with sear engagement when doing a trigger job on one. I never have, I only adjust for pull weight. Never had a single issue with any of the many M700 and M7 rifles I've bought.

Just cuz there is an adjustment screw for it doesn't mean ya gotta adjust it.

I like the old triggers far better than what they now put on them. I seriously doubt one has ever gone off without someone in the past haven't worked on it and adjusted sear engagement to a dangerous level. If ya never point a loaded gun at anything ya don't plan to shoot then it's no biggie if it does go off.



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