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    Accutrigger "trigger job"

    Has anyone done this ?? and if so any problems and what pull wt. did you end up with ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ba3sWKdl8lU

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    I have and got down to 1lb but wasn't safe. Didnt pass the bump test but the accu-trigger would not let it fire. Would have to re-work the bolt to fire.

    I got the Apachee kit and have it set to a fully safe 10 ounces now.

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    I do a complete trigger job on Accutriggers, as I do all triggers. The part in the video is only part of it. But I use specific “turned” screws and NEW, correctly sized springs with the correct spring rate.

    But I also stone polish the trigger & sear mating surfaces & remove any play via brass shims. Prefer my modified Accutrigger to Rifle Basix, etc. as it’s the closest we can get to a really nice 2-stage.

    I perform this trigger job for FREE!


    I can tailor the weight based on the spring I choose. Mine is set just under 2lbs. But, I tell people all the time, there is more to a trigger than simply the weight. I would bet many would prefer my sub 2lb trigger over even some which are lighter, simply because of feel. A light trigger that is mushy or gritty, or has overtravel, will not be pleasant. Our finger is looking for SMOOTHNESS, a nice “SNAP”, as a piece of glass breaking(glass rod scenario), and a firm “STOP” of overtravel, as if running into a granite wall! These are the attributes found in a perfect trigger, regardless of trigger pull weight. These are the criteria which enthusiasts take fondness in without even knowing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jester560 View Post
    I have and got down to 1lb but wasn't safe. Didnt pass the bump test but the accu-trigger would not let it fire. Would have to re-work the bolt to fire.

    I got the Apachee kit and have it set to a fully safe 10 ounces now.

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    Interesting.
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    I think I shoot tighter groups with more over travel. I didn't always feel that way.
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    do you have a link to apache kit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willoughby View Post
    do you have a link to apache kit?
    Apachee Triggers just has a Fakebook page. https://www.facebook.com/apacheetrig...=page_internal

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    You can also get them on Ebay. Search "Apachee Trigger Kit"

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    I have never seen an Apache trigger kit for a 110 trigger. I tried googling with no luck. Do you have a kit number or link?
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    Jester560, said he used one for his Savage that shoots 22LR, , and as per NSS – the RB-2 *Will not accommodate rifles with the AccuStock or any rifle with bolt release near the trigger guard. Please see SAV-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooter0302 View Post
    Jester560, said he used one for his Savage that shoots 22LR, , and as per NSS – the RB-2 *Will not accommodate rifles with the AccuStock or any rifle with bolt release near the trigger guard. Please see SAV-1
    The A$$Ustock, it just keeps on giving
    I thought this was about your model 110 series Accutrigger?
    What does a 22 lr trigger have to do with it?
    Why are we looking into a SAVII?
    Have you tried the shims and other methods of modifying the trigger?
    What is it that you need out of your trigger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooter0302 View Post
    Jester560, said he used one for his Savage that shoots 22LR, , and as per NSS – the RB-2 *Will not accommodate rifles with the AccuStock or any rifle with bolt release near the trigger guard. Please see SAV-1
    The A$$Ustock, it just keeps on giving
    Didnít see any reference to a 22lr, where did he say that? He had me chasing a rabbit for a bit.

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    I looked at Apache on eBay, only 22lr triggers listed there, and same thing on their Fakebook page.

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