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Trigger Tech Special Remington 700 trigger

Yesterday, Canadian-based Trigger Tech released their new two-stage triggers for the Remington 700. The new two-stage triggers will feature Trigger Tech’s Zero Creep Technology, adjustable pull weights for both stages of the trigger pull, along with 4 points of safety within the trigger. You can also choose a curved or flat face trigger shoe. The new two-stage triggers by Trigger Tech will come in Special and Diamond configurations. The differences between Special and Diamond models are the trigger pull weights. The Special features a pull weight of 8 to 24 oz for the first stage and 8 to 32 oz for the second stage. The Diamond features pull weights of 4 to 20 oz for the first stage and 4 to 24 oz for the second.

Below is the product description, specs, and price of the new Trigger Tech Remington 700 Two-Stage Triggers.

Product Description

Trigger Tech Diamond Trigger

Our most complex and technologically advanced trigger yet. Developed with the same unmatched zero-creep break, tactile pull weight adjustment (on both stages), rugged design, and no compromise engineering. Our focus on safety led us to develop the first Rem 700 trigger with four points of safety. This is a new level of performance and safety for those who prefer some movement before the wall. Four points of safety:

  1. Ticker Blocker – prevents the ticker from moving while on safe.
  2. Sear Blocker – prevents the sear from dropping while on safe.
  3. First-Stage Lockout – the tumbler locks out the first stage while on safe. The first-stage will not move while on safe, giving the shooter immediate confirmation that the safety is engaged.
  4. First-Stage Safety – even when on fire the first-stage blocks the ticker until the first-stage is actuated.

The adjustment feature utilizes externally accessible set screw for both stages. Due to the exceptionally crisp break the activation energy is less than friction-based triggers. Most shooters report the pull weights feeling significantly lighter than a friction-based trigger of the same measured weight. The triggers components are assembled as a matched set to enable a true zero-creep break, extremely short overtravel and offers outstanding reliability, even in the harshest environments. Frictionless Release Technology™, along with hardened 440C stainless steel internal components ensure corrosion resistance and an extended service life. As Frictionless Release Technology™ does not rely on coating, polishing or lubricating the key engagement surfaces, trigger pulls will be more consistent from shot to shot and after thousands of shots more than you ever thought possible.
All pull weights and measurements are approximate.

Pull weights of TriggerTech Triggers are directly impacted by firing pin spring weight. Overweight firing pin springs may cause pulls weights to vary above the advertised range

Specs

• Weapon Platform: Remington 700
• Trigger Lever Type: Pro Curved or Flat
• Trigger Action: Two-Stage

• Diamond Pull Weight:
1st stage: <4 to 20 oz
2nd stage: <4 to 24 oz

• Special Pull Weight:
1st stage: 8 to 24 oz
2nd stage: 8 to 32 oz

• Bolt Release: (Diamond – without. Special with/without)
• Safety: With (removable)
• First-Stage Lockout: Yes
• Hand: Right only
• FRT: Yes
• TKR Technology: Yes
• CLKR Technology: Yes
• Overtravel: Sub .010″
• Warranty: Product lifetime

Price

The new Trigger Tech Two-Stage trigger starts at $239.99 MSRP for the special. The Diamond Edition retails at $314.99 MSRP.

What do you think you will be buying a trigger Tech Two-Stage trigger for your Remington 700? If so let us know in the comments below.

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