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A Jewell of a Trigger: Part 2

March 27th, 2008 · 8 Comments



Here is the Jewell trigger out of the box. To remove the old trigger, after checking to make sure that the rifle was unloaded, I removed the action bedding screws located here:


and here:


The factory trigger assembly looks like this. Note the amount of gunk built up on it. When I decided to replace it, the safety had become so difficult to operate that I had taken to hunting with the safety off and the bolt open. No amount of cleaning or lubrication seemed to make any difference. Mr. Jewell recommends using his triggers completely dry. If an occasional cleaning is needed to remove grit, he suggests using lighter fluid because it dries without leaving a residue.


I looked carefully at the factory trigger, as Mr. Jewell’s unit is a direct replacement. This means that everything should be in the same relationship when the new trigger is installed cialis commercial. There is a tiny spring on the opposite side of the trigger that provides tension for the bolt stop. Before removing the trigger, I studied this spring, as I had been forewarned that it would fly off when freed and was a doozy to get back in place correctly. As it turns out, I didn’t study it carefully enough.

I used a brass punch to knock out the two pins,


and sure enough, that old spring sprang right off. I caught it, and I was feeling quite proud of myself until I started looking at it. It looked a lot different now that it wasn’t under tension. jewell-7.jpg

Here’s the photo that could have saved me a good twenty minutes of fiddling. I actually had to find a similar photo online before I could complete the assembly. Other than that one small but important spring, the complete job consisted of knocking out and replacing two pins. And how does it shoot? After performing some safety tests with a snap-cap, I went to the range. I used a pet handload pushing a 110 grain hollowpoint to produce this group off sandbags at 100 yards.


It measures 3/8″ between the centers and 5/8″ edge to edge. Folks, I don’t shoot no better than that! Mind you, this was a 1 1/2″ gun at best before the trigger job, with 2″ being average. There is one peculiarity that I have to research. I noticed in the snap-cap testing that if I pulled the trigger with the safety engaged, the rifle would fire immediately when I disengaged the safety. I believe an adjustment to the overtravel screw will fix this, but I haven’t had a chance to work on it again. This just reinforces the need for testing and familiarity with any firearm and following the NRA’s basic rules for firearm safety:

1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.

2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.

3. ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.


Tags: Guns

8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 ellenbr // Mar 27, 2008 at 3:55 pm


    Is that a fitted turnscrew to the Browning or is it one that you just keep in your pocket? Also, do you recommend a qualified Gunsmith that also doubles as a heavy handed Gin & Tonic mixer?

    Kind Regards,


  • 2 armchairoutfitter // Mar 27, 2008 at 4:08 pm


    I must confess that what you see in those photos is an ordinary flathead screwdriver, although it does happen to fit the screws rather well. I wouldn’t recommend every gunsmith that has a free hand with the spirits, but I would recommend the one you’re talking about.

  • 3 Greg // Mar 28, 2008 at 10:47 pm

    Based upon that initial disclaimer, one might get the impression that you are somehow involved in the legal trade. Perhaps a barrister or some sort of advocate for hire.

    Check out my article on disposing of 2 .22 caliber shells! It’s flaming hot!

  • 4 Bryce Stanfield // Aug 3, 2008 at 8:30 am

    Hey Mike. You crack me up. Give that rifle a little left windage. I work with a guy who claims he was a sniper in the military. Scary dude. He told me putting lighter fluid on a factory trigger will smooth it out some. He put a Jewell trigger in his 700 and some pet handloads and he was getting groups like yours. Scary dude indeed.

  • 5 armchairoutfitter // Aug 3, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    Bryce Stanfield, how has the world been treating you? If the dude scared you, I don’t want to meet him. Let us hear from you. Shoot me an e-mail, and I’ll send you the phone number.

  • 6 Bryce // Aug 5, 2008 at 7:54 am

    Hey Mike.This dude’s dominoes do not have all the dots on them if you know what I mean.World is going fine.Work nights in a factory.That sucks.From the look of some of your pictures you are having a good time on the Gulf.

  • 7 armchairoutfitter // Aug 5, 2008 at 10:48 am

    We do what we can down here in between hurricanes. I saw your e-mail and the pics of your family on the reunion site. We’ll get in touch with y’all soon. You know we have a big Labor Day shindig that same weekend in Selmer-town, right? There’s a lot of beer drinking and card playing, and we shoot some dove in between the social activities.

  • 8 Bryce // Aug 6, 2008 at 7:22 am

    That sounds like fun.We are having a family reunion that weekend so I will be in Ramer.Maybe we can get together.Beer drinking and gun powder,my two favorite things . . . well almost.

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