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what are most of ur trigger pulls set at? i have a xp100r and have had my smith take it down to 3.5 but it still seems heavy in this rear grip .260 remington.Im thinking of putting a Jewell trigger in. I hunt from box stands in SC.
 
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I won’t be getting rid of my Jewels any time soon. Trigger Tech has impressed me. I am patiently waiting on two to show up.


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1# ish

That factory trigger should go that low
 
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1# ish

That factory trigger should go that low


you are saying the remington trigger should go that low?
 
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My xp100 factory trigger is adjusted to right around that, yes.


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Originally posted by Hoggin:
1# ish

That factory trigger should go that low


you are saying the remington trigger should go that low?


Yes. With minimal adjusting
 
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All of mine have factory triggers and all set to right around 1½#.

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The trigger weights on my XP's varies, depending on what I use it for. I like my deer hunting XP's to have heavier triggers than my varmint hunting XP's. Deer hunting XP's are about 3#. Varmint XP's 1.5-2#. OTOH, my 260 Rem XP is 3.5# because I cant't get it to function reliably at less than that.


Good luck and good hunting.
 
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My XP’s are set at 24 ounces.


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Rog (Buttermilk421)


 
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Originally posted by Gary T:
The trigger weights on my XP's varies, depending on what I use it for. I like my deer hunting XP's to have heavier triggers than my varmint hunting XP's. Deer hunting XP's are about 3#. Varmint XP's 1.5-2#. OTOH, my 260 Rem XP is 3.5# because I cant't get it to function reliably at less than that.


is your 260 a xp110R?
 
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My center grip is between a pound and a pound and a half. My rear grip repeater I replaced the factory trigger with a Timney Calvin Elite factory set to 10 oz.

Bruce

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As few ounces as I can get them. I'm used to BR triggers though.

Aaron
 
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