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    Exclamation RPP '94 trigger-

    Just received mine-WOW--Whole new 'ballgame' in how the trigger feels.
    Materials and workmanship are top notch.
    https://www.rangerpointstore.com/mar...d-trigger-kit/

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    I was wondering if their trigger actually falls within advertised parameters of 3.5lb with standard hammer spring and 2.5 with their included reduced hammer spring and does it go bang all the time with said spring. I have my money on RPP but I would like to know for sure. Thanks for the report.
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    RPP does a bunch of field testing before they release a product.
    If you have any questions-Why not just call them?
    LG
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    My RPP trigger on my 308MX runs 3.6 pounds...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lumpy grits View Post

    Just received mine-WOW--Whole new 'ballgame' in how the trigger feels.

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    LG
    I believe you, but could you be more specific.



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    I was looking for a YouTube video for install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vooch View Post
    I believe you, but could you be more specific.




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    It's the way the trigger should have been made buy Marlin to start with.
    Very clean 'break' and such. You would have to feel it to 100% understand.
    Kinda hard to put into words-But it's so much 'mo-better' than the OEM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpiusb View Post
    My RPP trigger on my 308MX runs 3.6 pounds...
    That's with the OEM hammer spring?
    If so-What was the pull weight before the install with the Marlin OEM trigger?
    Did you try the lighter hammer spring and test the pull weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lumpy grits View Post
    That's with the OEM hammer spring?
    If so-What was the pull weight before the install with the Marlin OEM trigger?
    Did you try the lighter hammer spring and test the pull weight?
    LG
    I had the Marlin trigger down to 5.5 pounds, with some work. It was originally 8 when I got it... But it was never as crisp a break as I have now... OEM spring. I haven't tried the lighter spring as I'm very happy with the way it is now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Poppa Pump View Post
    I was looking for a YouTube video for install.
    Hi Big Poppa - Here's a link to the installation video.



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