Fixing over travel
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    Fixing over travel

    Since shooting some lever silhouette the over travel on my 94 has become more noticeable to me. I have worked on my triggers of both my 336 and 94 tell they are both a safe 2.25lbs but I would now like to do something about the over travel. I have tried to find some ideas in the gunsmithing section but haven' found much. Does anybody have any ideas.

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    Fixing over travel

    Affix a #8 or 7.5 lead shot pellet to the back side of the trigger with a little dab of epoxy.
    No, I’m not joking.
    Yes, it works.
    R/Griff
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    What he said...

    Unless you want to drill and tap an adjustment screw into your trigger.

    But seriously, I've never noticed over-travel to be a problem. For those of you who do, what is it? A distraction? Does it throw off our aim? Delay the next shot?
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    It seems to pull my shot down when shooting off hand. I never cared or noticed it beforeI started doing so much off hand shooting, really noticeable when dry firing.
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