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Another 1 pound, 8 ounces of force is required to trip the hammer at the second stage for a total pull weight of just a little less than 3 pounds 8 ounces.
223 I have a Jewell trigger with a 2-stage pull, total pull weight about 1.
A single-set trigger has only one apparent trigger that, customarily, operates conventionally at a normal pull weight, or you can set it by pushing it forward, from the rear, and obtain a much lighter pull for very deliberate shots.
22 WMR rim requires force for reliable ignition and a good gunsmith will be wary of making the pull weight too light.
This can all be done without removing the unit from the receiver if you decide you want to change the pull weight you initially dialed in.
was custom built for gunfighting, with muzzle compensation ports, a bobbed hammer, polished trigger face and action job (with a glassy smooth double-action trigger pull weight of 6% pounds).
5-pound pull weight and is pre-assembled in hardcoat anodized aluminum housing (complete with rubber urethane feet) for immediate competition, hunting and tactical applications right out of the box.
Rather than using a standard GI format hammer and trigger that would likely give a pull weight of 6-8 pounds, I used the Rock River Two Stage National Match kit.
23 pounds of pull weight, when leaving the slide forward throughout and just pulling the gauge on the trigger.