I've worked on Remington triggers with mixed results. The best advice I can give is to play it safe. Take the rifle to a gunsmith and see if it can be adjusted to your liking or retrofit it with a better after-market trigger. These can be expensive, but they are the best way to improve accuracy in any rifle. Really, a good trigger will make a world of different!
timber, oh heck yeah. the receiver is the base and its not much work these days days to build a custom rifle at a price that would surprise you. barrels, triggers, stocks, short money compared to even 10 years ago. bell and carlson stock $200. timney trigger $100. barrel $200. smithing $200. base reciever
$75 for a crap mauser or sprigflield rifle. one of a kind rifle thats just what you want and fits you. good as or better than anything you could buy for a grand
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