• Self-contained drop-in design
  • Remington 700 replacement trigger at a cost-effective price without compromising on quality
  • No skimping with metal injection molding or rolled parts
  • Sear Engagement Adjustment Lock design (SEAL’d) ensures a user-friendly experience
  • Exceptionally smooth, crisp, creep-free single-stage trigger pull
  • A2 Tool Steel sear with carbonitride finish


  • Material: Steel Trigger with 6061-T6 Aluminum Housing
  • Finish: Anodized
  • Type: Single-Stage
  • Pull Weight: ~ 3 to 4 lbs.
  • Trigger Style: Curved Trigger


  • Remington Model 700 and all 700 Actioned clones
  • Remington Model 673
  • Remington Model 721
  • Remington Model 722
  • Remington Model 725
  • Christensen Arms Carbon One
  • Defiance Machine 700 Action
  • Les Bear Tactical Bolt Action
  • Nesika Tactical Action
  • Remington XP-100R
  • Sendero Remington M722
  • Model 78


The Remington 700 is an iconic rifle widely used for precision shooting and hunting. Though the factory triggers on the Remington 700 are decent, they can be somewhat heavy and have a gritty trigger pull, which isn't ideal for precision shooting.

Elevate Your Trigger Performance

Aftermarket triggers like the Timney Impact Remington 700 Trigger allow shooters to customize the feel of their trigger and have a significantly improved shooting experience. The Timney Impact Remington 700 Trigger is a self-contained trigger assembly with a drop-in design for easy installation.

Smooth and Accurate

The Timney Impact Remington 700 Trigger has a single-stage trigger pull with a pull weight of approximately 3 to 4 pounds. The trigger has a curved profile and an exceptionally smooth trigger pull, with a quick and crisp break, ideal for precision shooting.

This trigger assembly has a Sear Engagement Adjustment Lock design, an A2 tool steel sear, and a carbonitride finish. This prevents the trigger pull from feeling gritty and gives it a smooth pull.

If you want your shots to be accurate, and have an exceptional shooting experience, consider installing the Timney Impact trigger on your Remington 700.

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