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    ruger no 1 trigger

    anyone got any ideas how i can reduce trigger pull on my hornet? theres no creep but its pretty heavy! also has anyone free floated one of these, how hard is it to do? cheers james

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    Quote Originally Posted by HSB View Post
    anyone got any ideas how i can reduce trigger pull on my hornet? theres no creep but its pretty heavy! also has anyone free floated one of these, how hard is it to do? cheers james
    There should be a screw for adjusting the pull weight. I just replaced mine with a Canjar Single Set Trigger. Floating these rifles (accurizing, actually) has been the subject of volumes of articles in pulp and electronic media. As beautiful as they are, they are often problematic with regards to accuracy due to Ruger's hold down system. If the rifle shoots well now, the usual consensus is to leave it alone. If not try a rubber washer under the foreend where the screw contacts the hanger.~Muir

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    hello muir, there are 2 small allen screws on the top of the trigger blade? accuracy is pretty good [1/2"-100yd]if i can keep still!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HSB View Post
    hello muir, there are 2 small allen screws on the top of the trigger blade? accuracy is pretty good [1/2"-100yd]if i can keep still!
    I've forgotten which screw is which but go to Ruger's site and look at the manual.
    Half inch: Why float??~Muir

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    broken leg so stuck indoors and had enough of reloading just thought it may pass some time!

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    ruger dont seem to want you to know anything about adjustment

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    i have a friend who has a ruger no.1B .204 ruger who also wants to lighten his trigger. he's adjusted it as much as he can and it's still a bit heavy from what he's used to. ive trawled the internet and there are kits available (set triggers and adjustable) anybody know where he could get his hands on one in the uk?

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    Not used them but they do ship overseas.
    sinbad
    I wish I was half the hunter my dog thinks I am

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    cheers sinbad,any one know anything about these? ive never come across them before!

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