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Timney Trigger Installation

Kerry Adams
Kerry Adamshttps://thebloke.co.nz
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.

, Timney Trigger Installation

Timney Trigger Installation

As part of my ongoing 700SPS Rifle Accurising project, I knew from the outset that I was going to be replacing the trigger. Generally, the X-Mark Pro has had bad reviews – hell – they even recalled many of them – so, even without bothering to fire it, I replaced the trigger.

I was initially thinking of using a Jewell instead of a Timney Trigger, but then considering a Jewell was going to cost me around $550 to $600 – I thought, keeping in line with the rest of the build (mid-priced) that the Timney would be the more appropriate option, and the Jewell can go in a future, custom build.

Install is simple enough – it really just takes punching out a couple of pins, putting the new trigger in and then replacing them. My biggest challenge is hunting down a trigger scale to set it at 1.5lbs.

I am no gunsmith, but in about an hour and it was done. I needed to take a little out of the stock where the adjustment screw for the Timney Trigger was pushing up against the stock – I don’t really like the idea of ‘jamming’ something in to fit. But a little bit of work with the Dremel, and we were done.

Even without shooting it, the feel of the trigger is much better.

Here is a good link to a great article about Timney and it’s production methods. It’s a great article – and a very organised and tidy looking workshop!

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