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Thread: Remington X-Mark Pro Trigger Trigger are they any good ??

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    Remington X-Mark Pro Trigger Trigger are they any good ??

    hi ime thinking of getting one of the above for my rem 700
    are these any good and have any of you had any experience with them
    thanks

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    Not bad, quite adjustable. Had one on a .223 and it was decent.

    I didn't know you could get them aftermarket, just thought they were part of the factory rig.
    If you're looking to spend money then I'd consider something like a Jewel, Timney or Riflebasix. Just my opinion.

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    I agree with Milligan. Ive got 3 remi actions. 2 fitted with jewels which are great. The third is a work rifle and is fitted with a xpro. It is ok but I do think it would be so much better if jewels were on all.

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    good enough for a sporting rifle

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    X mark triggers are better than the early factory triggers but you struggle to get them very light jewel triggers are the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUE FOX View Post
    X mark triggers are better than the early factory triggers but you struggle to get them very light jewel triggers are the best
    Single stage unit

    CG universal excellent triggers in the 2 stage cat

    X mark - Nathan Foster rates them in his book as worth hunting down on a factory rifle for budget long range builds Terminal Ballistics Research

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    Obviously NOT!!!

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