Hi. I recently took my T3 into a gunsmith for a 'service' and he phoned me within hours very irrate. He claimed that my trigger was extreamly dangerous.
I altered my trigger to be on the light side as I found it more acurate at this setting.
Tikka advertise that it is an adjustable trigger so I saw no problem in this.
The gunsmith told me that it was a wonder that no-one had been killed as it could have gone off at any time. I was really surprised at this and shocked hence the reason for this post.
I have been shooting with the trigger set lightly for 18 months and everything has been working fine.
I just want to warn anyone else who has done this trigger alteration as this news worried me especially as the rifle is laid loaded in my 4x4 when lamping foxes. (Obviously safety on etc)
He has now set it back to a heavier setting that does not suit me but I will have to get use to it.
Why do Tikka claim it to be adjustable if it can be dangerous??