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I have heard that it is hard to do a trigger job on Savage Striker, is that the truth? If not, do you know anyone that does trigger jobs on Savage Striker pistols?

Thanks!
 
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If your model doesn’t already have a 4 detent trigger adjustment screw, you can get a replacement one through Numrich. These do work well lightening the pull. There’s not much else that can be done. Trigger adjust screw here


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I have heard that it is hard to do a trigger job on Savage Striker, is that the truth? If not, do you know anyone that does trigger jobs on Savage Striker pistols?

Thanks!


They don’t go super light without some serious modification or deactivation of the safety.

2.5lbs is doable and keeps the safety working and no major modification.
 
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I have heard that it is hard to do a trigger job on Savage Striker, is that the truth? If not, do you know anyone that does trigger jobs on Savage Striker pistols?

Thanks!


don't do it..i had a gunsmith ruin one and had to end up selling it.
 
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You may not want to,but you can go to a rear grip and use a rifle trigger.Maybe a model 10 or 110?
 
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If your trigger is the one with a roller your in luck. Polish all pins and the roller. Grind and file the stock sothe trigger or linkage bars do not rub on the stock . Adjust the take up to act like a 2 stage trigger don't worry about lite work on smooth and crisp . With the roller not touching until you start pulling the trigger(two stage) you can normally lighten the spring and adjust the engagement a little more alway test for bump fires as long as its smooth you can learn to deal with the 3 pound plus pull. If the trigger is one of the hinge set ups they are mush you can help them but still a little mushy
I've got 3strikers all with roller triggers and I have learn to like them. I had two more that had mush triggers they no longer live at my house
Strikers were made for do it your selfers
If your use to shooting jewel triggers you probably will never like Strker triggers. I probably didn't answer your question but I did increase my post count


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I just converted mine to an rear trigger and installed an ELF trigger. My Accurate Rifle Systems stock is on the way. The ELF trigger is nice.
 
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If your trigger is the one with a roller your in luck. Polish all pins and the roller. Grind and file the stock sothe trigger or linkage bars do not rub on the stock . Adjust the take up to act like a 2 stage trigger don't worry about lite work on smooth and crisp . With the roller not touching until you start pulling the trigger(two stage) you can normally lighten the spring and adjust the engagement a little more alway test for bump fires as long as its smooth you can learn to deal with the 3 pound plus pull.


Very important! In the rush to long range, many shooters neglect/ignore the fact that the Striker was designed with a two stage pull. This is an important safety feature of the Striker.

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