Place a drop of oil on the #1 screwdriver to prevent parring the rubber on the butt pad and then remove the two rear screws from the butt pad.
Using the 7/16" hex socket with 7 3/4" overall length and ratchet remove the bolt in the stock, and then pull the stock off.
The interior trigger parts should look similar to these pictures once the stock is removed.
Lower the cocking lever and use the 3/32" punch and non-marring hammer to remove the two trigger guard roll pins and trigger pivot pin. This will allow enough room to remove the trigger guard.
Remove the safety detent spring and the safety spring pin. Next, using the 1/8" punch and hammer punch out the safety bar pivot pin. Then remove the the safety bar.
Using the using the 1/8" punch and hammer remove the sear pivot pin and replace the factory trigger with the Jard No.1 trigger.
Remove and clean the adjustable screws and screw holes with brake cleaner. Then dry and apply locktite to the screws. Be sure to keep the screw facing the same direction. This will later make adjusting your trigger easier. Pre-adjust the safety screw before installation. Next, choose the spring that fits your rifle based upon the rifle's age.
Slide the new Jard trigger into the housing and be sure to place the spring on the trigger into the spring hole. Next, using the 1/8" punch and hammer hit in the pin in the trigger pivot hole.
Set the safety bar into the correct position and using 1/8" punch and hammer hit in the safety bar pivot pin into place.
Place the trigger guard in its designated slots and using the 3/32" punch and hammer hit in the trigger guard roll pins. Note: The trigger pivot pin may need to be removed to allow the trigger guard to fit on the gun.
Next install the safety detent spring and safety detent pin. Be sure to place the spring so it applies pressure to the safety.
Turn the sear engagement screw with the 1/16" L hex key Allen Wrench clockwise until it releases the hammer, and then turn it counter clockwise until a safe amount of sear engagement is felt. Next, turn the over travel screw clockwise until a small amount of travel is felt in the trigger after the hammer releases.
Now slide the stock over the trigger housing and then using the 7/16" hex socket with 7 3/4" overall length and ratchet tighten the bolt in the stock.
Place a drop of oil on the #1 screwdriver to prevent parring the rubber on the butt pad and then tighten the two rear screws on the butt pad. Now do several tests to make sure your trigger performs correctly.
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