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Old 08-04-2019, 09:11 PM
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I adjusted trigger to 9.5 oz and that is minimum because any lighter and adjustment screw doesn't contact spring sufficiently to engage trigger. Question is has anyone put a lighter spring in? Thanks
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I adjusted trigger to 9.5 oz and that is minimum because any lighter and adjustment screw doesn't contact spring sufficiently to engage trigger. Question is has anyone put a lighter spring in? Thanks
Honestly, I cannot answer your question per-se, however a word of caution with BSA Rifles.

Its common knowledge that a hard close on BSA rifles can/will result in a an accidental discharge regardless of whether your finger is on the trigger or not.

Other RFC members may be able to provide more detail.


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AD likely...

Roger that... I had a MkIV and I have a MKV. The four, when the trigger was adjusted way down low, would AD with anything approaching a “brisk” closing of the action. Not every time, but once is more than enough. BSA made great triggers for these rifles...just not great 2 ounce triggers.

Enjoy the rifle for what it is. A wonderful machine that is a joy to own and shoot and is NOT designed to shoot with a feather weight trigger.
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A 1950,s gun that has never had a light spring installed? REALLY?
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