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  • #16
    Looks good. Good shooting.
    When you start looking at fixing the trigger, look at Trigger Tech's trigger. I put one on one of my AR's and it is great.
    It is the smoothest crisper triggers I have tried. Totally different trigger than normally used on an AR and 700.
    On par to a Jewell but not as expensive.
    "The United States Marine Corps is a drug and I am a recovering addict."

    "American by birthright… U.S. MARINE by the Grace of GOD!"

    "And on the 8th day God created Marines and like fish, we came from the sea!"

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    • #17
      Originally posted by DesertMarine View Post
      Looks good. Good shooting.
      When you start looking at fixing the trigger, look at Trigger Tech's trigger. I put one on one of my AR's and it is great.
      It is the smoothest crisper triggers I have tried. Totally different trigger than normally used on an AR and 700.
      On par to a Jewell but not as expensive.
      They make two for the 700, $140 - $180. They also have a $280 option (no bolt release, and 6 week ship delay). Looks like the bolt action triggers are very different than the AR trigger. Have you shot any of their bolt action triggers?
      I almost never knew how much I needed a tool until the first time I used it.

      Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.
      -Winston Churchill

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      • #18
        Originally posted by DesertMarine View Post
        It was only by replacing those with H&S stocks with the integral bedding block and then they are not perfect, bedding them, that the rifles shot to their potential.
        Shooting to their potential is a great point. A decent shooter/reloader can get factory stocks to shoot well enough so far as it goes. But to go from good groups to consistently tight groups, especially at longer ranges, the better stocks really separate themselves from the others.

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        • #19

          If your looking for upgrades check these out,

          Magpul hunter 700 is a good stock for a real reasonable price I like mine. Triggers if you want to upgrade, yes there is a huge difference but expensive, look at timney Calvin elite. Lot of rounds down mine and it's fun to shoot. I'm going to add the AICS type bottom metal so I can get a little longer load lengths.

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          • #20
            Happy with the Bobby Hart that I put on it - going to keep it for at least this year. I put a Timney on my wife's savage. Good trigger, nothing to complain about, but I do not want to put something on the needs to be adjusted by taking the stock off - I skim coated the aluminum bedding, so taking it apart needs to kept to an absolute minimum.
            I almost never knew how much I needed a tool until the first time I used it.

            Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.
            -Winston Churchill

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            • #21
              I have not tried a Trigger Tech on a 700. If they use the roller like the AR triggers, super. The feel is so different from other triggers. The roller produces no creep or roughness in the pull. Sure and crisp. My next 700 will get a Trigger Tech. My gunsmith nephew is mad at me. Introduced him to the Trigger Tech in my AR and now he wants to replace all the triggers on his ARs and is putting them on new builds. He is a retired Army Ranger and does tactical type of shooting. Used to compete.
              "The United States Marine Corps is a drug and I am a recovering addict."

              "American by birthright… U.S. MARINE by the Grace of GOD!"

              "And on the 8th day God created Marines and like fish, we came from the sea!"

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              • #22
                DesertMarine any chance the Trigger Tech is based on the Bix'n Andy triggers?
                I almost never knew how much I needed a tool until the first time I used it.

                Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.
                -Winston Churchill

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                • #23
                  Don't think so. The Bix'n Andy trigger looks like it is based on friction between trigger and sear. The Trigger Tech has no friction, it uses a roller between the sear and trigger.

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                  Bix'n Andy

                  "The United States Marine Corps is a drug and I am a recovering addict."

                  "American by birthright… U.S. MARINE by the Grace of GOD!"

                  "And on the 8th day God created Marines and like fish, we came from the sea!"

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                  • #24
                    Yeah, hard to make out - I don't speak Ausi! They talk as if it is frictionless, but don't ever come out and say it. The use words like "ball system" but it appears to be only on the release? Still, I don't know how they can be consistent with a 1 ounce (yes, one ounce) pull if it were friction.
                    I almost never knew how much I needed a tool until the first time I used it.

                    Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.
                    -Winston Churchill

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                    • #25
                      There is no mechanical similarity between the Trigger Tech and B&A. I have B&A triggers on several of my rifles and they have completely blown Jewells out of the picture. Especially at minimum settings. I've yet to test a Trigger Tech but if they are as good as a Jewell they will be worthwhile because of price break. Wait and see.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Offfhand View Post
                        >snip> Wait and see.
                        Wait and see as in you are waiting to test one?
                        I almost never knew how much I needed a tool until the first time I used it.

                        Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential.
                        -Winston Churchill

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