The 22 Rimfire is one of the rifles with an excellent Walnut stock. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. . Everything else has advanced but the trigger is still the best I have found. I was aware of that before I said I'd take it. When I sent the rifle to Regan Nonneman to be re-barreled and re-stocked to turn it into a 1V, Regan commented on how much he liked the trigger.
Then, when a light pull is required, the set function can be used to obtain a pull of just a few ounces. I have inherited an early Remington 721 with the Canjar trigger. Denny I have never seen a tang safety on a Remington 700. We work hard to bring the best Firearms Forum has to offer! I have 2 Canjar triggers that I believe are for Remington 700 actions. Canjar closed its doors in October of 2007 and the phone has been disconnected ever since.
I've never measured groups shot with the 17, but they are good. Stash, for one, may disagree with that statement, however, and I highly respect his opinion. Small pin which shoe pivots on, can be removed, comes out left side of trigger, may also need to change trigger spring to. I received these from the family of a collector whom passed on and I know little about them, they were stored in a slowly deteriorating old Norelco shaver box and look to be barely, if ever, used. I bought this rig to make a sporter out of it knowing the value of the trigger and sights.
It is an outstanding trigger. These are the rifles of the promised land! The trigger in my picture in the prior post has the single-set shoe removed. . I had forgotten how long it takes to clean one of those. I have a Unertal 18 power scope on it. The only trouble I'm having is the rifles cocking mechanism usually takes a couple of operations to get it latched to fire another round. A 'simple' trigger, one trigger, one sear, with the geometry done by an engineer, not an accountant, done in good metal, by folks skilled in the business, ought to be safe well below pull weights of one pound; the Winchester 'Single shot', I offer up as evidence; all their stuff was good steel, and the heat treat, excellent.
He was hoping I can find him a detailed schematic of it as he would like to disassemble it for cleaning and put it back together. I'll try and post the Morgan with Kenyon, the Remington 37 Canjar that I have which is not on a rifle and my Thomas. The Canjar trigger delivers unmatched adjustability and consistent pulls, which is why it remains one of the most popular triggers every made. I find the lightest set trigger settings waaaaay too light. Mr Bennett, I understand your issues, as well; can we start from the bottom? Have you considered registering so you can participate in the discussions rather than just look on as a bystander? I can understand why they are scarce and made one at a time, some of those parts are so small and fiddly they must be difficult to make by mass production, hence one man making them. However, the act of moving the safety from safe to fire mode at this time will release the primary sear and the gun will fire.
They are a real work of craft. . Savage Shooters is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Savage Arms. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! I make the engagement safe and turn down the pull level and adjust the overtravel for some very small amount to assure the trigger will reset every time regardless of the gun's temperature. It was pretty state of art at the time. The safety works by not allowing the main sear lever to move when the safe mode is engaged.
Am I making more of this than need be, I dont want to wound and chase, just a clean stop. The only trouble I'm having is the rifles cocking mechanism usually takes a couple of operations to get it latched to fire another round. Your Ruger already has a damn good trigger, Neil, more than adequate for the kind of shooting you describe. Fortunately, it did not fly away when I removed the shoe. I can only state a personal opinion on that issue, Neil, and others may certainly differ. This one has some cold blue over fitting marks around pivot pin hole, otherwise original blue, worn on edges etc. They recognize our over 100,000 members as serious buyers who help set trends.
Has the original sling mounts and would be a good candidate for a rebarrel or if you have a clean original then your really set. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. Leave it alone and get a different trigger or adjust away. Probably be posting a bunch of pics of my thumb. I bet the chap who designed it still has a very bad headache indeed.