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Jicko
07-16-2007, 11:42 AM
I was under the impression that the trigger/action was JUST the same as a 700PSS, but seemingly, that's not true. I always thought that the M24 is the same as a 700PSS only with the upgrades "variable pull" HS stock, and the base & rings & the optics.

But what I found from reading the M24 op manual is that there is a "hex screw" under the M24 trigger that is exposed and one can adjust the trigger pull right there!!!!

So, what trigger is that? And what else is "tricked" out on the M24 platform??

MrLogan
07-16-2007, 3:13 PM
The M24SWS can also be converted to chamber the .300 win mag round. The U.S. Army specified this capability in case future tactics required the larger cartridge's extra range and penetration.

Jicko
07-16-2007, 3:48 PM
The M24SWS can also be converted to chamber the .300 win mag round. The U.S. Army specified this capability in case future tactics required the larger cartridge's extra range and penetration.

Oh, yeah... M24 is long-atcion, right? Conversion means, changing out the barrel/chamber, and changing out the bolt.... probably magazine too...

m24armorer
07-16-2007, 8:30 PM
There are 2 different triggers for the 24. One uses a allen screw in the trigger itself. The other uses a screw located in front of the shoe. Both are very 40X ish. Later guns seem to be using the latter.

Jicko
07-16-2007, 8:32 PM
So what trigger is that? That is NOT the regular Remington's trigger for the 700s.... my 700P don't have that....