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#6, The following link gives a detailed account of proper trigger adjustment for the Savage. You need to change the spring to obtain a suitable pull.
The Sharp Shooter Supply trigger is a good one and Timney is supposed to have a Savage trigger ready for delivery. There are a lot of Savage shooters at the following two forums and they will be more than glad to help you with your questions.

http://www.varminthunters.com/forums/ggvg/index.html

http://www.snipershide.com/cgi-bin/ubbc ... matebb.cgi


http://www.varminthunters.com/tech/savage/
 

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As I understand it, Savage trigger parts are sintered. Thus, filing is contraindicated, as it removes the hardened surface and exposes the soft metal beneath.

This does not strike me as desirable.
 

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I installed a Sharp Shooter trigger unit in my 10 FLP and I have been very happy with this trigger system. I purchase the trigger from Brownells. Several adjustments are required to include the trigger guard. I have a crisp 1.5 # trigger now. Adios
 
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