I know where you're coming from, I wouldn't have tried this if it involved permanent mods to the trigger pack. However, this is 100% reversable although it's more difficult to get the factory coil spring reinstalled than it is to remove it. To be honest I don't think there's anything to worry about as the instructions are very detailed & complete and all you're doing is replacing the factory coil spring w/another that's adjustable (if "all thumbs" me can do it, *anyone* can do it...).ShipWreck said:Interesting
I think I'd be tempted to do it if I had anothet trigger pack I could do the adjustment to, and have 1 to put it back to stock.
I spent so much on the rifle - I'm kinda scared to screw w/ it, as gunsmithing is not a talent I have.
He also posted instructions on how to reinstall the factory coil spring but to be honest if I were forced to put it back in I think I'd just let my local 'smith do it for $5 rather than sweat doing it myself.ShipWreck said:I saw the guys original posts w/ his instructions (it was either another thread or on the "other" forum). I might be able to get it done, but it was the difficulty of trying to put it back to stock that is stopping me. I'd probably need someone to sho wme how. As that inventor guy doesn't live in my town, the likely hood of that is nil
Anyway - I only have 160 rounds thru mine so far. I'll put more rounds thru it first before I decide if I will do that I think.
You don't need skills or tools. Fumble-fingers me did it in less than 15 minutes w/just what came in the envelope.ShipWreck said: