MPN: 533, 533-ST, 533-16, 533-16-ST
- 2-stage trigger
- Self-contained drop in design
- Lightweight 6061-T6 CNC machined aluminum housing
- Heat treated A2 tool steel trigger
- Teflon-nickel coated sears for added lubricity
- Trigger blocking side safety
- Fully adjustable from 2 lbs. - 6.5 lbs. pull weight
- Type: 2-Stage
- 1st Stage Pull Weight: 8 oz. - 2.5 lbs.
- 2nd Stage Pull Weight: 1.5 lbs -4 lbs.
- Total Pull Weight: 2 lbs. - 6.5 lbs.
- Remington 700
It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasonal hunter or an avid competition shooter, certain things hold true. One of those is that a firearm is no better than the trigger you fire it with. Make sure your trigger is one of “The World’s Finest Triggers,” an American-made Timney Remington 700 2-stage trigger. Precision manufactured from quality materials and designed with the shooter in mind, Timney triggers are the choice of many of the Precision Rifle Series’ top shooters year after year.
The Timney Remington 700 2-stage trigger is a 1 to 1 replacement for Remington’s factory trigger. If you have a little mechanical ability you should be able to easily do the work yourself. Remove the original pins that hold your factory trigger, and replace it with your new Timney trigger. No hassle, no wait or bill from the gunsmith. Insert the existing pins back and you’re ready to experience the improved accuracy a fine trigger brings to your shooting.
The 8-ounce first stage of the Timney Remington 700 2-stage trigger lets you feel your shot. As you prepare to fire, you know when you’re at the break point, no mystery, no creep. This 2-stage trigger is factory calibrated for a 1.5-pound of pull weight in the second stage and can be adjust from 1.5-pound to 4-pound later on to suit your evolution as a shooter. Now complete your pull and send the shot to target, no jump, no jerk, just a clean precise shot with no surprises. Let a new Timney trigger bring out the marksman in you.
This Timney Remington 700 2-Stage Trigger comes in: Straight and Curved trigger; Black and Nickel Plated.
Posted by D.S. on 6th Aug 2018
Simple install, though I looked it up online instead of reading the included instructions - and I'm glad I did because it helped simplify the install.
After safe/clearing, remove the bolt and then the barreled action from the stock, drive the forward pin that retains the trigger out left to right (pretend that you are in shooting position, barrel pointing away and trigger on the underside)
BE CAREFUL WHEN DRIVING THE REAR PIN! Do not drive it all the way out! Just enough to clear the trigger assembly. This will prevent you from having to reposition/reinstall the bolt catch spring.
The rear pin is driven outwards right to left.. the opposite of the forward pin.
Once the stock trigger is removed (a sear and sear spring should fall out, as well - they are no longer needed), simply put the new trigger in its place, drive the forward pin in, then rotate the assembly into position to allow the rear pin to be driven in, reassemble in the stock, do a dry function check, and torque.
I had never done this before, and it took me less than 15 minutes. It's a really simple job, and WOW! What a difference over the stock X-Mark Pro trigger. I may eventually tinker, but after testing I didn't have to adjust it any for it to feel "right". Smooth, gentle pull until you feel a little resistance, give it a little more, and *click*. Nice, clean break. I can't wait to test it out!
Getting this on sale was just the icing on the cake.