The instructions that come with the trigger are adequate so I won't go into all that, but, as with most anything you do on the first go round, you learn what to do the next time. Ya know, the things the instructions don't tell you.
Here's the small pin, skeletonized loud button version, with a 3 lb pull weight.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1355331387.859111.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1355331400.210388.jpg
You'd think it would come packaged a little better at a cost of $239 and change..
Some useful tips... That have absolutely nothing to do with installing the contents of the package... But someone thought it would be as helpful as, let's say an address and phone of the manufacturer.
I'm taking note of number 10 and I'll try to remember that the next time I'm experimenting with the cocktails. Although I distinctly remember Nicholas Cage being coaxed into snorting a line of gunpowder and shooting some kind of alcohol in that movie (Lord of War I think?) where he played a gun runner.
Yeah yeah, pull off the grip, where'd that spring go? Pull the safety, blah blah blah, pop the two pins and release the mousetrap stock set all over the bench.
Drop in the timney, pins slip in with finger pressure, and now the fun stuff. Pull the trigger while holding the hammer, let it rest on the bolt release. There are some set screws (two) that have to be tightened, as the instructions point out, but if you do this before reinstalling the safety selector, well, you won't be able to and you'll have to waste 10 minutes undoing stuff you already did. So, at this pointImageUploadedByTapatalk1355332154.968183.jpg
..replace the safety selector and detent and finally the handgrip and detent spring.. Pics in next post