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I've got a 94AE with a trigger pull that's a mile long.

When you finally take up the slack, a near king-fu grip is required to get to the break.

Doesn't really help when you're trying to put one exactly where it needs to go, know what I mean? I can deal with the extra slack, but I really need to have fewer lbs pull to get to the break.

Any after market drop-in type triggers or recommended trigger mods/jobs that might help? Know where a fellow can find DIY intructions?

Thanks!

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I sure hope you get some answers to your question. I have a Model 94 XTR with the same problem...the trigger must have a 10 lb. pull on it. It's a beautiful rifle, but the lawyer-inspired trigger sure makes it hard to shoot accurately. I have asked the same question on other forums regarding the Model 94 trigger and have never received any replies. Sure wish there was an easy fix.
 

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Tune trigger on 94AE

Hi Guys,

My first post on any forum, forgive me if I goof up.

This will get the job done - it's easy: http://www.time-slice.com/mohave.gambler/favorites/LeverGuns/Winchester94.htm

I also polished where the bolt meets the locking bolt.

Winchester's parts PDF has great schematics.

This tutorial is similar enough to walk you through disassembly: http://www.castbullet.com/misc/tdown.htm

I love my .357 Trapper and am working on load data. These guns really do well by slugging the barrel and matching your bullets -IMO :wink:
 

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Also, the long dead space before trigger contact is needed - do not try to change it.
 
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