For a more accurate rifle, a lighter trigger
spring is the easiest starting point of all.
Trigger springs available on this website are divided, by weight of pull, into three general categories.
These are "Hunter", "Varmint" and "Target".
The following is an approximate weight of pull available after
installation of one of these springs.
"HUNTER", roughly 2½ to 3½ lbs. weight
of pull. Gun to gun results will vary.
"VARMINT", roughly 1¾ to 2½ lbs. weight of pull.
Gun to gun results will vary.
"TARGET", roughly 1 ¼ to 2 lbs. weight of pull. Gun to gun results will vary.
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On this site, you will find the largest
selection of light trigger springs for rifles available anywhere. A "trigger job" which includes a lighter
trigger spring, and a "stress free" pillar bedding job are two of the most effective ways available to increase
If you want a lighter trigger pull,
you need a lighter trigger spring!
I have worked with gunsmiths in the past who, when
the subject turned to trigger springs, preferred to clip them, grind them, heat them, bend them, smash them, or simply back
out the weight of pull screw until there was no or almost no pressure on the spring. With any of these methods, you get
a spring whose rate is rapidly rising as the trigger is pulled. As the trigger is released, the spring rate rapidly
decreases as it approaches full or near-full extension. A more uniform weight of pull will be achieved when the trigger
spring is compressed within its normal working range throughout the entire movement of the trigger. Finally, we
all have access to rifle trigger springs that will lighten your rifle trigger pull without having to resort to any
of the above procedures. In the long run, the benefits of saved time, plus
more uniform and reliable results, will more than offset the cost of these springs. If you want a lighter trigger
pull, you need a lighter trigger spring.
Would you like a
more accurate rifle? Aluminum pillar bedding is a large part of this process
On this site you will find a large selection of pillar bedding
products, with the most complete instructions available.
the first 7 Gunsmithing Odds and Ends features, I try to answer some of your questions about Rifle Bedding, Glass Bedding
vs. Pillar Bedding, Pillar Installation Tools, and those Step by Step pillar installation instructions which include 82
Aluminum Pillar Bedding for Accuracy, a step by step guide
"Why to do it",
"How to do it", "What stocks need it", and "How
to know if you have done a good job!"
Power to do Good, and the Power to do Harm. The Power is in the Trigger Guard Screws.
ago, bench rest shooters controlled the ability of the trigger guard screws to do harm, by eliminating them completely.
With a hunting rifle however, we simply do not have this option. When a rifle might be used in almost any type of weather,
we must maintain the ability to disassemble this rifle for maintenance and cleaing.
The following 7 projects in Gunsmithing Odds and Ends, are focused
on methods to eliminate the ability of the trigger guard screws to do harm, while at the same time, retaining their original
#1. Pillar Bedding, and the flexible Remington receiver. How much guard screw torque is
necessary to bend a Remington M-700 receiver? It is less than you think! See 9 photos to find out!
#2. Glass Bedding vs. Aluminum Pillar Bedding. Read one
gunsmith's conclusion, based on 37 years of experience in this area.
#3. Pillar Bedding, it's all about your actions "comfort"
#4. Ensure alignment of Aluminum Pillars. No expensive jigs,
fixtures, or milling machines are necessary. 12 photos show how!
#5. Aluminum Pillar Bedding for Accuracy, a step by step guide in 24 photos. This "Two
Step" installation process is designed specifically to deal with the action flexibility described in Gunsmithing Odds and
#6. Convert your aluminum bedding
block stock to the more accurate pillar bedding system, in 17 photos. It's easy! All stocks need pillars, even
stocks with aluminum bedding blocks.
#7. Machine "Bed Heads" Pillars to Length.
No liability is expressed or implied for damage, injury or
death resulting from the improper installation or use or misuse of these products. The use of any custom parts or modifications
may void any warranty from the manufacturer of your firearm. We strongly recommend that the safety and function
of your modified firearm be checked by a qualified gunsmith.
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