I too like to know when my gun is going to fire. I have recently been doing a lot of shooting with my Mosins and the suprise me when they finally go off, but that is the other extreme, The Mosdin has desensatized my trigger finger so much I have adjusted my Rem 700, Stevens 200 and the Timney in my 91/30 because they were too light. The Rem was so light that if I could feel the trigger it already fired. I decided to opt on the side of safety. If all my rifles had the same trigger pull it might be a different story but I've had more flyers due to too light of a trigger than too heavy. My hands are all bent and twisted due to arthritis so i try to have a trigger that suits me best.
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