Rifle Basix ERV-3K Remington 700 Trigger Kit (4oz-20oz)
- Includes Remington trigger, including safety with bolt stop release
- Replacement for all Remington triggers. Works with models: 700, 40x, 721, & XR-100 (Also Works with X-Mark Pro)
- Typically used for Varmint / Target shooting
- Weight of pull range: 4oz – 20oz
- Factory adjusted to break at 5oz to 7oz
- Comes complete with instructional DVD and hardware pack for easy user installation
- Available in Black or Silver
- For right hand action only
‘K’ package adds stop release for security and bolt, solely for the right hand.
Brilliant varmint or target trigger (4 oz. to 1.25 Ibs. Altered to factory (5 to 7 oz. break).
After-market Rifle Basix Remington has a modern feature of machined housings (CNC art) created from billet aluminum of T6 6061 and for a factory look, are black ionized.
All inside levers are cast for investment from steel of A-2 steel tool, CNC machined as well as treated with heat for excellent wear distinctiveness. Currently, the levers are coated with nickel for additional security and a dazzling look.
Every trigger for Rifle Basix is assembled by hand, test action mounted, attuned according to stipulations advertised, analyzed for appropriate functioning and security operation before packaging.
A guarantee is available for these triggers; they need to be in operation. They might be fixed and substituted free of charge anytime (so long as no changes have been carried out on them).
Triggers for Rifle Basix Remington are formulated for USER implementation. No fitting, grinding or stock alteration for adjustment screw clearance. There are broad (factory breadth) finger levers in these triggers.
The design of Rifle Basix triggers is meant to use the first safety levers of Remington; left as well as the right hand. Every trigger is shipped with new pins for mounting.
Our latest ‘K’ kits are packed with safety levers as well as bolt stop release for servicing the 2006 and afterward, Remington rifles with their latest trigger design. Just for the right hand.
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The distinction between inferior quality and premium Remington 700 Trigger is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Remington 700 Accessories from the most trusted brands like Rifle Basix. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
I like the trigger
I like the trigger; excellent product and customer service is outstanding. I had a problem with mine, sent it back, they fixed it. Turn-around was less than a week. No charges had bent a spring when I installed it.
this is a wonderful trigger assembly
This is a wonderful trigger assembly. my mcmillan tac308 came with one from the factory. at first I was a sceptic, but after shooting it i love it. No creep, no overtravel and no load up before the break. i was considering upgrading to a Jewell before i shot the rifle basix, but I am now ordering a rifle basix to replace my x-mark pro on my 700 sps tactical. Way to go, excellent product.
A nice problem to have
The instructions are terrible. Even the comments about the installation pins on Midway's product listing is wrong. Mine came with new pins. Also, the product listing shows the safety lever as a separate piece. Mine came with it and the bold release was already installed. Instructions say make sure that one of the springs is in the proper slot. Well, they have glued it in the proper slot, so this is not an issue. Also, they have added some grease in the hole that holds the small coil spring that puts pressure on the top lever so it won't come out during installation. MAKE SURE THE SAFETY IS IN THE FIRE POSITION BEFORE INSTALLING THE REAR PIN. If not, it will hit the top lever and not go in, and if you try to force it, damage will probably result. Just insert the rear pin from the side opposite the safety. My trigger pull was a little light so I called Riflebasix before adjusting. They were most helpful and took the time to talk me thru basic trigger operations, what screw does what and how it does it before going thru the adjustment procedures. Very nice people. This trigger is about as good as it gets, with zero creep, crisp break and an excellent wide grooved trigger shoe. What I now have is a trigger that makes the "good" ones on my other rifles seem like "****." A good problem to have.
Excellent Winchester 70 trigger
Installed in an SPS Tactical and it was a true drop-in item unlike a competitor's trigger I installed in a different Rem 700. I was installed in a rifle that I do not hunt with as the trigger pull is too light for hunting but perfect for target shooting. Groups improved from approximately one inch to one-half inch (repeatable). Great trigger at a good price point. However, the instructions are useless, so I googled Rifle Basix trigger installation and found a video animation that was perfect. I think the video was on the Rifle Basix website.
My Favorite Remington 700 Trigger!
For several years, I've shot a 40x with a considerably more expensive "prestigious name" trigger (also very nice). Still, this Rifle Basix model feels even better and adjusts much more easily and completely. After removing the original Mark-X Pro and installing this, my new Remington 700 SVF .308 is considerably more accurate for precise target shooting (1/2" groups or less should be achievable at 100 yards with the right loads). Any overtravel was easily eliminated, and I am thrilled with the consistency and feel of break. It "cracks" crisply and safely at 6 oz, and it didn't take me forever to get it there. Chuck the instructions- I, too found them worthless! There are plenty of good informational films to help you with the installation process. In addition to good takedown tools, I just needed a punch, a brass hammer, and a good clean workspace. My rifle's original trigger pins slid out of my gun with ease. The replacements slid in equally well, but I ended up using the originals as they were longer and kept side-by-side play of the mechanism to a minimum. There was no need to "drill" out the pins holes in my action (as per instructions) with a 1/8" drill bit. Leave your drill in your toolbox. I'm glad that I did. It might help you to use your rifle's original pins as "slaves" when installing your new trigger.