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wildcat284
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Hey guys,

I would like to adjust the trigger on my Kimber Pro varmint .204 to a lighter weight. I have done this on all my rifles and a couple of mates rifles as well. I have a 1 & 1/2 pound pull on my other rifles, the Kimber is 3.5 according to my trigger pull gauge which is a little more than what I personally prefer.

Which of the screws on the front of the trigger housing do I need to alter and do I back the screw out or in to decrease the trigger weight?
wildcat284
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Sorted!!

After looking at the trigger, consulting my Kimber manual and deciding that it looked similiar to the Remington 700 trigger, I backed the very bottom screw out. Trigger breaks at a fraction under 2 pounds. Feels much better now.

Brought some 39gr Sierra BK's, Hornady Dies & Federal 205M primers. I have a quantity of BLC(2) on hand so I'm set for a loading session tonight, with another all day range session on Sunday. Can't come around fast enough!

Cheers,

Michael.
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