Before Performing This Adjustment Always Make Certain There Are No Shells In The Chambers And The Safety Is In The On Safe Position

1. Place your firearm on its side on a secure, padded surface to prevent marring the finish.

2. Using the Allen wrench provided (any good 1.5mm Allen wrench will work) loosen the trigger shoe from the trigger plate by inserting the wrench from the

Insert the Allen. wrench and loose» the set screw.

With set screw loose, slide the trigger shoe into the indexing • dots on the trigger plate to personalize i length of pull.

bottom into the set screw head (Figure 19). Turn in a counterclockwise direction to loosen.

3. When the screw is sufficiently loose you will be able to move the trigger shoe along the trigger plate with your fingers. There are indexing dots on the trigger shoe and on the plate. Line up the dots to make length of pull longer or shorter as desired (Figure 19).

4. Tighten the Allen wrench to secure the trigger shoe to the plate (turn in a clockwise direction to tighten). Make sure you have aligned the indexing dots in order to prevent marring the bottom of the trigger plate with the set screw.

5. With your firearm unloaded, and pointed in a safe direction, shoulder your firearm several times to see how the adjustment changes fit you. Increase or

decrease the length of pull following the instructions above if necessary. Do not adjust more than allowed by the "dot" index marks on the plate and trigger shoe. When you have found the adjustment you prefer, tighten the set screw. Always make sure the trigger shoe is totally secure before firing. Checking the tightness of the set screw should be part of your regular maintenance.

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