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Browning Trigger Pull Adjustment?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by AEP, May 15, 2009.

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  1. AEP

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    I purchased a Browning Cynergy Combo. Just picked it up Thursday. The trigger pull is set at 4.75 lbs. Way too much for me. This morning I called Browning on how to adjust the trigger pull and remove some of the excess creep. The man said I would need to bring it to a gunsmith. WHAT! You've got to be kidding. The man from Browning said due to liability he could not tell me. Great.

    Does anyone know how to adjust the trigger pull or I should say where is the adjustment?

    I think the stock needs to be removed since there is nothing under the trigger that I can see.

    I would very much appreciate any help.

    Respectfully Submitted,
    Andy
     
  2. JerryP

    JerryP Active Member

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    Don't think you will find an "adjustment" on a Browning. They like creep, makes them feel safer. If you work on it they will disown it. Browning won't touch it unless it is out of spec.
     
  3. Easystreet

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    There is no "user friendly" adjustment on it that I know of. A gunsmith could probably lighten it up a little.

    Or you can put some grease on the sear notch and shoot a few thousand rounds through the gun and it will probably lighten up a little.

    Easystreet
     
  4. Shooting Coach

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    What Easy street said. Having once performed warranty repair and service for Browning, they will not touch an altered firearm.

    The triggers will get better, and duh, it is not a rifle. It does not need a rifle trigger.
     
  5. Easystreet

    Easystreet Well-Known Member

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    Actually, at 4.75 pounds trigger pull weight straight out of the box, it is lighter than most brand new Browning O/U's that I've had or shot. I'd say that after a couple thousand rounds it should be down to about 4 pounds or a little over. The creep won't change much, but as Shooting Coach said, this ain't a target rifle....... and doesn't need to be one.

    Easystreet
     
  6. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    Now if you would have bought a Browning BT 100 there is a very simple trigger weight adjustment. Kinda hard to shoot doubles with one though. I have mine set at about 4lbs. Listen to what Coach says. It ain't a varmint gun. Shoot it and wear it down.----Matt
     
  7. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    Expensive shotguns and there is no way to adjust the trigger. And you think that makes sense? No wonder there is a lot of flinching going on. HMB
     
  8. fly

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    Laib's in Spicer,MN
    They will take care of it for you.
     
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