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    Canjar trigger question

    A friend gave me this Canjar trigger today. Anyone have experience with these?
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    Just a little, I have a similar one for Mauser 98 action. Don't know what that one goes to offhand, perhaps some commercial action that would have the stock already cut for the safety as opposed to having it on the bolt.

    That little set screw on the bottom in front of the trigger should be the adjustment.

    When I inherited mine in 2007 these triggers were worth maybe $300. I imagine it is more now.

    Someone on shootersforum.com might know more about it. There used to be a few commercial bolt gun smiths that hung out there. I think it was that one anyway.

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    Looks like a Remington trigger probably for a 700. Back in the day they were the cat's meow....
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    That's pretty cool. I had never heard of a Canjar trigger.
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    Back in the day I paid dearly for a can jar for my mauser.. still one of my nicest 300 target rifles.. that's definitely for a 700, but being from the 80's can be for one of several 700 based actions.. 721, 722, 600, 660 or 700. All look about the same, but the sear ends up slightly diff location as the pin holes moved on bottom or recievers.... nice piece of reliable kit. If you use it, you'll try to wear it out! Mine is still set at 6oz..

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