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Old 01-29-2013, 02:36 AM   #1
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Default new savage model 11 243win. heavy creepy trigger. no accu trig

Can a gunsmith fix the issue?



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Old 01-29-2013, 02:44 AM   #2
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Can a gunsmith fix the issue?
Google it I think there are aftermarket triggers for them


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Yea thanks

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Can a gunsmith fix the issue?
Rifle Basix makes a decent aftermarket trigger,and Sharp Shooter Supply makes a damn good replacement trigger. Timney also makes one.
I prefer the SSS trigger,but I like them really like on my target rifles. I have 2 of their Competition triggers,but I think they offer a very good general purpose trigger that's adjustable from 2-4 lbs.
Midway offers several for your rifle-

http://www.midwayusa.com/find?userSearchQuery=Savage+10+trigger
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Probably cheaper to have a gunsmith fix the existing trigger.

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Did not know there was a new model 11 with out an accutrigger?? Rifle basics is a good trigger and only cost 85 bucks for the NON-accutrigger models, SAV-1. Easy to do at home.

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Got any info on JR carbines 9mm to 45acp



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