Russell Brunker: From the way he's talking, he's been buying the triggers 2nd hand. Not from Savage.
DON C: I love when people give advise but FAIL to mention where to get such product?
the1bulldurham: Just like many others in the comments below, "WHERE are you buying the triggers"? I just got off the phone with Savage and they said they only sell to FFL's. Buying a trigger is great advice. But, WHERE?
Vinnie Kelly: will lowering the spring height not also increase the over travel on the trigger?
Fossil Fossil: Just did your trigger mod, absolutely the best idea. after mod the trigger is now adjustable from 2 1/2 lbs up to 8 lbs. ( I set mine at 3 1/2 ) factory was 7 1/2. took my scope off and did some heavy bump tests absolutely no fire. This is way better than cutting the spring. once you cut the spring there is no going back you are stuck with what you get. Thank you much this was a heck of an idea and very easy, took me about 15 min from start to finish.
Jay Mrosek: Suggestions on where to buy an accutrigger?
Swen Torgelson: Have you used the Accutrigger modification with a model 11 308?
Jamie Smith: ok, so i think i heard it right, you have to grind down material on the rear where the spring goes through?
Jamie Smith: sorry didnt mean the caps
Jamie Smith: WHERE DO YOU PURCHASE THESE TRIGGERS, i JUST GOT A AXIS IN .223 AND WOULD LOVE TO PUT ONE IN, ARE THEY ARE DIRRECT DROP IN?
talon3633: I also would like the info.
James phillips: Thanks for sharing great information,excellent video an take care.