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Old 08-22-2019, 08:45 AM
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Calling JARD for Trigger Info/Order this morning.



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By the numbers:

1) I have four (4) 597 Magnums(.22) in my life with OEM triggers:
A) Std. Black/Syn owned by my brother when they first came out
B) Std. Black/Syn owned by friend of the family
C) Std. Black/Syn & HB/Laminated (MINE!!! MINE, I SAY!!! ALL MINE!!!)

2) I have moar than a few Volq & MC kits and extractors in the drawer.

3) I am going let my brother and Charles pick what they want at no charge while I make a decision on the JARD options and place the order.

BTW, I'm 87% sure that the JARD #1850 3 lb. Complete Trigger Assembly milled out of aluminum will be one of my BD presents to myself. Hope that Louis, Charles and myself can give worthwhile reviews in a few weeks.
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Old 08-22-2019, 09:17 AM
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How come such a heavy 3# trigger Marine?
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3# is a minimum for anything not BenchRest... for me.

4# has always been my sweet spot for recreational and up to 2 legged critter work.
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3# is a minimum for anything not BenchRest... for me.

4# has always been my sweet spot for recreational and up to 2 legged critter work.

I take it a VQ didn't work out.
I'm in the 1.5-2# range for most hunting firearms w/o breaking the bank on aftermarket parts.
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I have a Jard on a first year 597 in .22LR.

It's a good trigger, milled out of aluminum. That being said, I think a VQ hammer and factory spring gives a better (but too light for your use) trigger.

FYI, it's my experience that Jard triggers run on the light side of their posted weights. Oh, no/zero issues with my trigger group.
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