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    Savage accutrigger

    My 10 yr. old M-10 in 308 has a trigger which has become inconsistent. Looking around I see that Timney offers a replacement, and YouTube has videos of refining the existing trigger either through stoning or spring change outs. Has anybody already been down this path and would be willing to share what you learned?

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    Google savage shooters, they have a forum for 10/ 110 models, Axis models with gobs of trigger/ accutrigger info, problems and fixes.
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    sharpshooter supply was what i went with a few years back, as i truly dislike the craputrigger.

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    i had a savage m112 with an accutrigger and i hated it. my son and my dad are fans of the accutrigger, so i gave the gun to them. sharp shooter supply are discontinued. i'd go with the timney trigger.
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    I personally would not give up on the Savage trigger,but I would also personally not feel confident in removing any material from the sear.Even though they are not AcuTriggers they are very adjustable.The spring in them is just a straight spring with a small hex screw at the end,and it adjust the trigger weight.The sear,as well as over travel is also fully adjustable.If you are getting an inconsistant trigger pull I would at least try cleaning,and adjusting it.I have had wire spring ejectors on Marlin 22s act up due to fatigue .I would venture to guess that your trigger spring would be the only cause of inconstistancy if everything is clean.A spring would cost next to nothing.

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