Lately 80% of my range time is shooting my 91/30s. The last couple of times I took my Stevens 200 and my 700 BDL just to see how well they are holding zero. Everyone knows how terrible the Mosin trigger is even at its best. When I switch to the more modern rifle they seem to be firing before I am completely ready. I've since adjusted the pull up on the Stevens but haven't had it back to the range. The last time I shot the 700 the pull was more like a touch. I bought the gun used but in new condition. What I'm worried about is if the trigger has been adjusted by a previous owner to create an unsafe rifle. I must admit all the negative attention to the Remington 700 has been considered. I am a Remington lover and have tried to ignore the negative publicity but it haunts me. I could probably get used to the light trigger but it is definately too light for hunting. Without looking I think the gun was made in 1974. Any suggestions on how to adjust it a little heavyer, or even if I should. The gun is a 243 and shoots a 5 round, cold shot group of .362 MOA.