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Old 03-20-2011, 10:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Jewell Triggers

Who has used one. I just ordered one for my 700. I have a Rifle Basics on it now and it sucks balls. Ive had 3 gunsmiths work in it and its never been good.It has tons of creep and its sill pretty heavy. The jewell is 1.5oz to 3lbs all adjusted with springs so i hope its better. Anyone got any input?
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Old 03-20-2011, 10:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Jewells come set at 12oz. I like them there. I had one and bounced back and forth on getting another and did. I like the thin shoe and the fact that it's easily adjustable if you can find an allen wrench for the worlds smallest allen head screws they use.
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Jewells come set at 12oz. I like them there. I had one and bounced back and forth on getting another and did. I like the thin shoe and the fact that it's easily adjustable if you can find an allen wrench for the worlds smallest allen head screws they use.
This is what i want he hear. I want it to break around 12oz. The gun is only shot off a bipod and only shot by me so super light wont be a problem. I need to sell that Rifle Basics trigger now.
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This is what i want he hear. I want it to break around 12oz. The gun is only shot off a bipod and only shot by me so super light wont be a problem. I need to sell that Rifle Basics trigger now.
Just dont link your for sale thread to the part where you say it sucks balls
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:31 PM   #5 (permalink)
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It.would be a good trigger if a gunsmith knew what he was doing. I haven't found one that can adjust it right.
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I need to sell that Rifle Basics trigger now.
Which one do you have?
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the one that sucks balls...
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It is a 3oz to 1.5lbs I think. Model 700 with a safety.
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It is a 3oz to 1.5lbs I think. Model 700 with a safety.
Hmmm, I wonder if it's better than the x trigger or whatever the hell it's called.
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If you can adjust x trigger that come comes Remington 700 they work great. But the screws covered in so much lock tight to keep the idiots out that i striped mine but I did a friend and worked great got a good clean 2-4lb pull. Guess I'm one of the idiots.

I got a Timminy trigger and really like it. It has no creek or movement. When I first got it the trigger looked really big and felt funny just holding it but now that i have shot it i really like the bigger trigger.
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Hmmm, I wonder if it's better than the x trigger or whatever the hell it's called.
The gun smith that built my action loves them. All the ones he sets up are about a pound and a half. He had a hard time setting it as low as i wanted it. This is my old one http://www.riflebasix.com/index.php?...roducts_id=198
This is the new one http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...tNumber=706845
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If you can adjust x trigger that come comes Remington 700 they work great. But the screws covered in so much lock tight to keep the idiots out that i striped mine but I did a friend and worked great got a good clean 2-4lb pull. Guess I'm one of the idiots.

I got a Timminy trigger and really like it. It has no creek or movement. When I first got it the trigger looked really big and felt funny just holding it but now that i have shot it i really like the bigger trigger.
I need it around 12oz.....
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Old 04-01-2011, 09:18 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I got the trigger on. It breaks at about 12oz By far the best trigger ive ever felt. Super crisp zero overtravel.....I highly recommend a Jewell to anyone lookin for a good crispy trigger.
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