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  • dewman
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post

    I'm with you. For a hunting rifle I don't like to go below 3 lbs. The trigger pull gauge is a great idea.
    I wonder what DAKOTAMAN sets his big game rifle trigger pulls at? I know I read his varmint rigs are measured in ounces.

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by dewman View Post
    When I got my trigger pull gauge years ago I was surprised that my trigger pulls of all my guns were all over the place. They really didn't feel as different as they turned out to be. I settled on 3-1/4 to 3-1/2# because some of my rifles couldn't get to 3# or lower without being dangerous. I also reset any triggers I tuned back to 5# when I sell them. Covering the behind a little. I'd be afraid of shooting with gloves or cold stiff fingers at 2-3/4# myself but people are different and I'll bet it feels good at the range.
    I'm with you. For a hunting rifle I don't like to go below 3 lbs. The trigger pull gauge is a great idea.

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  • Red Angus
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    Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
    I’ll be.
    I rarely check in here, and just by chance clicked on this wanting to see what Dewman had to say.

    I hope you’re pleased with the purchase Red, I’m humbled you followed up on my comment and thought to mention it. Thank you.
    Your welcome Fitch.

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  • Red Angus
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    Originally posted by dewman View Post
    ...I'd be afraid of shooting with gloves or cold stiff fingers at 2-3/4# myself but people are different and I'll bet it feels good at the range.

    ​​​​​I've hunted with it for two seasons now as it is and gotten along well.
    It certainly is great for shooting targets as well. ​​​​

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  • fitch270
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    I’ll be.
    I rarely check in here, and just by chance clicked on this wanting to see what Dewman had to say.

    I hope you’re pleased with the purchase Red, I’m humbled you followed up on my comment and thought to mention it. Thank you.

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  • dewman
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    When I got my trigger pull gauge years ago I was surprised that my trigger pulls of all my guns were all over the place. They really didn't feel as different as they turned out to be. I settled on 3-1/4 to 3-1/2# because some of my rifles couldn't get to 3# or lower without being dangerous. I also reset any triggers I tuned back to 5# when I sell them. Covering the behind a little. I'd be afraid of shooting with gloves or cold stiff fingers at 2-3/4# myself but people are different and I'll bet it feels good at the range.

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  • Red Angus
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    T/C Compass

    You-all may recall my post about a year ago regarding lightening the trigger pull on my T/C Compass. Fitch commented that I should have a trigger pull scale iffen I was going to be messing with triggers. Well I picked one up a couple weeks ago and the trigger on the Compass measured 2.75 pounds on 5 out of 5 tests.

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