The Remington Model 700 remains one of the most popular actions for building performance bolt-action rifles. Whether for hunting or long-range competition, the Model 700 brings an entire cottage industry, from stock and barrels to bolt and triggers. Now Timney Triggers adds yet another option for getting the most out of your 700. The Timney Impact 700 Trigger answers customer demands with a pretty affordable, quality trigger.
The Impact 700 retails for just $124.99, a great deal on such an important rifle component. Machined from billet steel, the trigger comes with a factory set pull weight of 3-4 pounds. The non-adjustable, hand-assembled trigger delivers a crisp, clean break, according to Timney. They system utilizes the company’s Sear Engagement Adjustment Lock design. The drop-in unit requires no gunsmithing for installation.
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Timney Triggers Impact 700 Trigger Specs:
- Factory-tuned pull weight of 3–4 pounds
- Non-adjustable pull weight and overtravel
- Precision-machined, heat-treated trigger shoe and trigger sear, from premium steel
- Carbon-nitrided sear for maximum lubricity and wear resistance; reliable performance
- Trigger shoe coated with black oxide for enhanced corrosion resistance
- Housing constructed of anodized aluminum
- Sear Engagement Adjustment Lock design (SEAL’d) creates a user-friendly experience
- Trigger hand-assembled, tested and calibrated at Timney facility in Phoenix, Ariz.
- 100-percent drop in trigger – no gunsmith needed
- MSRP: $124.99
We see and review a tremendous amount of high-end guns and gear around here. The Ferraris of the world tend to get all of the press. But most shooters and hunters live in a much more economical world. Believe us, we gun editors do as well. So we’re pretty stoked to see this latest development from Timney Triggers. First off, we’ve ran a ton of Timneys over the years. And they always do exactly what they say. They flat-out perform. So when you get the opportunity to drastically improve your rifle performance–and make no mistake, a trigger upgrade will serve most shooters well–you got to take a hard look.
The Remington 700 isn’t going anywhere; not even a company bankruptcy slowed down this platform. It remains an absolute bedrock in the shooting community. The Impact 700 brings a seriously affordable upgrade to this platform. Jump on one if you have the means and drop it in.