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    I have two sub-moa ss vanguards, one in .30-06 and the other .338 win mag. The triggers on the rifles are easily adjustable, I have mine set at 3 lbs. From what I read on the weatherby site, some of the springs on their triggers were not built to specs but they didn't catch it before rifles were shipped. You would think Howa would have better quality control in place. The rifles are very accurate but IMO are too heavy to carry up and down mountains.

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    My two Accumarks are both set at 2.5lbs. In fact all my hunting rifles are set between 2.0 and 2.5 lbs. I agree about the crispness of a trigger, you can get away with 3lbs if it has no creep.

 

 

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