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    Got my T/C Pro hunter back from gunsmith....WOW!

    I got my T/C Encore ProHunter back from my smith after he did a trigger job on it. Stock trigger was 8+ pounds, now it 2 1/2 and very crisp. Going to the range Monday and see if I can tell the difference on the paper.
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    Nice! I need to have gunsmith take a peek at mine.. I'm pretty sure the trigger pull is a crisp 200 pounds on it currently..
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    Yeah...that's what mine felt like when I first got it. Spring kit came from Mike Bellm T/C's. He installed it and polished up everything. My gunsmith does all my Cowboy Action guns too. He also rebarreled my custom .300 Wby. Trigger work was only $75.00.
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    www.bellmtcs.com you can do the trigger jobs yourself.

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    Just got back from the range and love the trigger. Just ordered a See All fiber optic sight for it. Then I 'll get it dialed in.
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    Glad to hear that CC, I love my TC Pro Hunter but never noticed the heavy trigger. I'm going to have to look into getting it lighter as well, thanks.

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    All of my hunting & target rifles and target pistols have triggers that are between 2 1/2 & 3#. Hard to get used to anything else.
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    I will be interested to hear your thoughts on the see all sight. I am trying to decide between that and a peep sight for this fall. I used a three dot fiber optic sight last fall which was just OK.

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    I had to order a Weaver style base to mount the sight on. Won't get everything till next week and won't get to the range for a couple of weeks as I am having surgery on my rt ankle Friday. I'll send you a PM when I get it installed and shoot it.

    I watched a couple of videos on shooting it and it seems to be what I am looking for and still be within the law on M/L sights here in Colorado. Hope it meets my expectations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontierMuzzleloading View Post
    www.bellmtcs.com you can do the trigger jobs yourself.
    Exactly, its not a very difficult job. And makes all of the difference in the world. I'd also recommend a tighter hammer spring, and oversized hinge pin. I did all of that to mine and it changed everything haha....

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