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336W 30-30 trigger or trigger-job #15262196 09/27/20
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I have a newer 336W, and hate the trigger.... want to lighten it up some, to be more like my win 94.

What is your recommendation?
- Find a gunsmith and do a "trigger job" to the existing trigger
or
- Buy and install an aftermarket trigger from someone


???

Thanks for your suggestions!


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Re: 336W 30-30 trigger or trigger-job [Re: Old_Crab] #15262900 09/27/20
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I put a wild west guns trigger in my Glenfield years ago. Easy peasy and a huge improvement.

Re: 336W 30-30 trigger or trigger-job [Re: Old_Crab] #15262916 09/27/20
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I put a Wild West Guns trigger in my Marlin. 3#, very crisp, and gets rid of the slop in the trigger. They are out of Alaska, their parts seem to have gone up in price since I bought mine. Also put in their one piece ejector at the same time.
You can put in yourself, which I like. You would have to see if it was cheaper than a gunsmith doing it now.

Re: 336W 30-30 trigger or trigger-job [Re: SS336] #15263694 09/27/20
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Originally Posted by SS336
I put a Wild West Guns trigger in my Marlin. 3#, very crisp, and gets rid of the slop in the trigger. They are out of Alaska, their parts seem to have gone up in price since I bought mine. Also put in their one piece ejector at the same time.
You can put in yourself, which I like. You would have to see if it was cheaper than a gunsmith doing it now.

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Re: 336W 30-30 trigger or trigger-job [Re: Old_Crab] #15264589 09/28/20
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Thanks much for the recommendations!

You folks have a super week.


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Also look at the Ranger Point Precision's trigger replacement kit. I have used both and prefer the Ranger Point one.


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