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Adjusting the trigger on the Tikka TAC A1

, Adjusting the trigger on the Tikka TAC A1
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I have seen a little misinformation on this one – so here it is. No. You don’t need to pull a Tikka TAC A1 apart to adjust the trigger. It is a little fiddly, and, you need an Allen key that isn’t supplied with the rifle. I think that might be what is tripping people over.

Take the magazine out, and there is a hole in the rear of the mag-well where the Allen key can fit into. It’s a bit fiddly, but it’s doable. God damn that trigger does light!

Kerry Adams
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A constant learner with an inquisitive mind, Kerry created The Bloke as a way to share what he was learning from the community of experts he found himself surrounded by. Precision Shooter and GunSafe soon followed. Somewhere along the line, he picked up one or two things himself. But don't call him an expert.

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