It’s been said the trigger mechanism is both the heart and brain of any firearm. At Gunware, we couldn’t agree more. The importance of what seems like such a small mechanism in the rifle as a whole could be easily overlooked while choosing barrels, stocks, scopes, and other customizable components to assemble your custom long range rifle.

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  • TriggerTech Rem 700 Diamond Trigger Traditional Curve Top Right Hand Safety

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  • TriggerTech Rem 700 Special Trigger with Top Right Hand Safety & Bolt Release

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  • Jewell Trigger with Top Safety and Bolt Release HVRTSBR

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  • Jewell Trigger with Top Safety HVRTS

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  • Jewell Trigger HVR (No Options) (1.5oz-3lb)

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When taking quality triggers into consideration, there are quite a few factors to research. Some of the main things you should pay attention to are the consistency of pull weight, the retraction stability, smoothness and completeness of travel, ease of access and security of the safety. We cannot stress enough how important it is to use high quality components for firearms, which is why we always stock renowned Jewell triggers.

With many hours reviewing and hands on testing of various trigger assemblies, Gunware is proud to offer TriggerTech and Jewell Trigger for custom built long range rifles. Once you’ve squeezed one of these premier single or two stage triggers, we guarantee you will never go back to a stock again.


Custom Rifle Trigger FAQs:

Is it easy to install a custom rifle trigger ?

For the experienced professionals at Gunware – yes. For the average Joe? Not at all. While there are a ton of “how-to” videos on the internet for disassembling and installing a new trigger, installing your high-quality Jewell trigger should really be left to the professionals. There are many serious safety protocols that must be adhered to in order to ensure the trigger assembly is installed and adjusted correctly. Failure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions or jumping ahead in the directions – because the step seems frivolous – can quickly result in numerous problems from the trigger failing to properly reset, to a potential deadly misfire. This is a case where it’s better to err on the side of caution and let the experts install the trigger, especially when it comes to carefully crafted Jewell triggers and TriggerTech components.


What is the best hunting rifle trigger pull weight?

Well, that depends on many factors:

  •         Are you hunting, targeting or competition shooting?
  •         Do you benchrest?
  •         Are you tracking or shooting from a treestand?
  •         Do you use a muzzle brake?

Whichever you do – or a combination of them all – remember to always make sure that you know your trigger pull. And always err on the side of caution when borrowing a rifle; until proven otherwise ,always assume the trigger is set for the lightest weight setting. Once you’re ready to begin building your own custom rifle, our trained staff will work with you to set the best pull weight for your needs.


How do I choose an accurate trigger for a long range rifle?

Like most good things in life – there are many factors to consider when choosing a trigger. Thinking about your type of rifle and how often you plan on shooting are a good start, but from there, it starts to get a bit more complicated. Choosing your trigger should be very specific to your rifle and your hunting or shooting plans. We recommend you call us, and work out the specs you need with our gunsmiths, so that we can help you get the perfect match to your new rifle.