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Maybe not, do a Google search for your particular gun. Safety comes first.

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How can I adjust the trigger pull?


Hello, here is website for adjusting the trigger:
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How do i adjust the trigger pull


Very carefully as if you get it wrong
Most rifles come with limited adjustment to the trigger pull down to 5lbs if you are lucky so to get them lighter say to 2.5lbs final stage you either have to get a after market trigger or
Stone the surfaces of the trigger but doing this is very very dangerous if you make a mistake
Take the weapon out of the action and look at the trigger for small screws or Allen bolts that adjust the sear engagement and if the trigger has them adjust them a little bit and test trigger pull and safety catch to see if it dry fires when you operate the safety if every thing goes OK repeat until you get desired pull weight or run out of adjustment then think about a professional trigger job as if you get it wrong you will start putting rounds in unexpected places
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