TriggerTech R700 Special Single Stage Trigger - Curved Black

Manufactured by TriggerTech
Manufactured by TriggerTech
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The TriggerTech R700 Special Single Stage Trigger in Curved Black is the next-level model above the Primary version designed for the Remington 700 bolt action rifle. This upgraded R700 single-stage trigger improves accuracy and precision with easy drop-in installation and true zero creep break. The short overtravel provides outstanding reliability in situations like competitions, hunting, and target shooting. The Special model features a pull weight that can be adjusted from 1.0 to 3.5 lbs in about one-ounce increments. This model features 7075 aluminum housing in anodized black with 440C stainless steel components. The R700 Special Single Stage Trigger from TriggerTech is suited to meet the needs of almost any shooting environment comes equipped with an ergonomically curved trigger bow.

  • Compatible with Remington 700 bolt action rifles
  • Easy drop-in installation
  • Curved trigger lever
  • Single-stage trigger
  • 1.0lbs - 3.5lbs
  • 7075 aluminum
  • Black anodized
  • 440C stainless steel key components
  • No bolt release
  • FRT - Yes
  • TKR Technology - Yes
  • CLKR - Yes
  • Sub .015" overtravel
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Drop InDrop-In
PlatformRemington Rifles
Total Pull Weight1.5 lbs to 5 lbs
Trigger BowCurved
TypeSingle Stage
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Ratings & Reviews

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Does what a Walker trigger should have

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It's a replacement for the Walker. It breaks clean without creep, what's not to like?

Long overdue upgrade

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Really nice trigger
No big deal to install & adjust
My only oversight was not noting the lack of a bolt release button
After consulting a smarter person, it was pointed out that the bolt stop lever is workable with a small screw driver.

Money well spent.