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If you remove the screw from the back it takes the pull to 3 1/2 pounds. CAN YOU SHOOT IT WITHOUT PUTTING THE SCREW BACK IN? Will it hurt the trigger assembly? It seems to shoot fine without replacing the screw.
 

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My BT-100 screw kept loosening up so I put white silicon plummers tape on it. Just tightened it where it starts the adjustment & then just left it alone. Works fine that way and the 3 1/2 lbs. is fine with me. I don't believe the screw being left completely out would matter but I never tried leaving it out. May want to look at the owners manual or go on Browning's website and contact them for their technical expertise. BT-100dc
 

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Browning owner's manual states, "Should the triger pull adjustment screw become loosened to the point it falls out of the trigger assembly, trigger pull still remains approximately 31/2 lbs." No further info. is offered. I went to the Browning web site and printed my copy of the owners manual for my BT 100.

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