Featuring a new Sear Engagement Adjustment Lock design, the new Timney drop-in replacement trigger provides an upgrade for the Remington 783 rifle.
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Timney Triggers just announced the development of a new drop-in replacement trigger for the Remington 783 line of rifles. The trigger answers customer requests, as rifle shooters looked to upgrade a critical component on Remington’s popular, affordable 783 series of bolt-action guns.

Timney Remington 783

“Timney is the industry-leader for replacement Remington triggers,” said Calvin Motley, Director of Product Development for Timney. “When our customers asked us to design and build a Timney for the Model 783, we listened. This new 783 trigger is an excellent addition to our Customer’s Choice line of triggers.”

Timney engineered every component of the new 783 trigger to elevate accuracy, according to Timney. The company’s new Sear Engagement Adjustment Lock design (SEAL’d) ensures a user-friendly experience. The trigger unit adjusts for both pull weight and overtravel. The Timney 783 trigger adjusts from 1 1/2 to 4 pounds, featuring a trigger blocking side safety to ensure reliability.

Timney precision machines the trigger’s sear and trigger shoe. The company heat treats the metal to 56 Rockwell with a black oxide trigger coating and an NP-3 plated sear for maximum lubricity and a lifetime of reliable performance, according to Timney. A lifetime warranty covers the product.

The new Remington 783 trigger comes in a right-hand, curved trigger shoe model. It retails for $164.95. For more information, visit timneytriggers.com.

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