Enfield Sportsman

Item #: 110
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Our Price: $61.60
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Timney Sportsman Triggers feature a lightweight alloy housing and hardened steel working surfaces. They are lightweight, rugged and durable. The trigger pull is adjustable from 2 to 4 lbs and is adjustable for Sear Engagement, Overtravel and Pull weight. These triggers require the use of the original safety. Minor fitting may be required.

Since it was founded in 1946, Timney Triggers has built a reputation based on the quality of its products. Because of the precision machining and workmanship that goes into each Timney product they are The World's Finest Triggers.™ Each and every Timney Trigger is individually tested and calibrated by hand in the action it was designed for before it's delivered to the customer's door. 

Instructions

Sportsman Adjustment Instructions

Sear Engagement (Creep):
The first step in adjusting a trigger is always sear engagement. Sear engagement controls the amount of creep or movement of the trigger before it breaks. The sear engagement is factory set at Timney but can be adjusted by the customer after purchase. With the rifle unloaded and cocked, engage the safety by pulling back towards the butt of the rifle. Using a 1/8 Hex wrench turn the screw clockwise until it stops. (When all the way in the safety will not move). Begin turning the screw slowly counter clockwise until the safety moves freely but the trigger doesn’t wiggle when the safety is engaged.

Overtravel:

Overtravel is adjusted after sear engagement; with the trigger in the fired position, turn the screw clockwise until it stops and then counter clockwise one flat of the hex wrench.

Pull Weight:
Pull weight is adjusted by turning the screw clockwise to increase the pull weight and counter clockwise to decrease the pull weight. The screw presses against a spring as the screw is turned in the pull weight is increase and as it is turned out the pull weight decreases.

Tech Guide Downloads

Sportsman Adjustment Instructions.pdf

Reviews

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by SSG Paul M.
on 4/5/2017
from santa rosa beach fl
Unbelievable
Well the mil spec trigger I have used for 20 years pulled in almost a 1/4 inch before breaking at 6 to 8 pounds....yuk. Dropped in the Timney 3 pound and holy cow what a difference! I would have paid 3 times this amount for a trigger this good.
 I was an armorer and on a sniper team while in the Army and this is as good as the one in the M24 sniper weapons system. 
Great job guys you rock!
by MICHAEL S. WHITLOCK
on 12/24/2016
from Texas
FIRST INSTALL ON AN ENFIELD RIFLE
RECENTLY DID A TIMNEY INSTALL, ON AN EDDYSTONE MODEL 1917, 6-SHOT BOLT ACTION, .30-06 & MADE IN 1918. REMOVAL OF THE STOCK TRIGGER, DETAIL CLEANING OF THE RECEIVER MORTISE, & INSTALL OF THE TIMNEY UNIT TOOK < 15 MINUTES !!!!!!!! ONE OF THE QUICKEST INSTALLS I HAVE DONE IN THE PAST 3 DECADES. ALSO POLISHED THE CONTACT POINT ON THE FIRING PIN COCKING PIECE TO GET A REALLY CRISP TRIGGER RELEASE @ 2.5 LBS. IF YOU HAVE ONE OF THESE FINE OLD RIFLES, PLEASE DUMP THE MIL-SPEC TRIGGER & INSTALL A TIMNEY !!!!!!!!!
by B. Haugen
on 7/22/2016
from Norway
Extreme Improvement
I replaced the original trigger on my Enfield P14 with this trigger from Timney. The ease of assembly and the perfectly fit suprised me.
The P14 is very similar to M1917, but when ordering new trigger to P14, you should order the one for 6 shot magazine. M1917 is originally chambered with 3006 and this cartridges is little bit slim than the 303 British, which are the original cartridges on a P14. 
by Paul K
on 7/15/2016
from Webster
M1917 Enfield (sporterized Eddystone)
Excellent trigger, none better. I have a "brand new" rifle!! Initially ordered #110 (5 rnd mag) for my sporterized M1917 Eddystone because the magazine holds only 4 rounds and 5 is closer to 4 than 6 (#111), however I didn't actually know the original magazine capacity. Turned out #110 was too short in the trigger guard. Then I realized that the gunsmith that sporterized my rifle needed to limit the magazine capacity to conform to state game law (which turned out to be 4). Contacted Timney by phone and was told that #111 is longer than #110 and just return the #110 for exchange with #111. Got #111 today and took all of 5 minutes to pop it in and verify "HOW SWEET IT IS!". Moral of this story is if you want to greatly improve your sporterized version of M1917 Enfield and don't know the original magazine capacity, give Timney a call and they can help you pick the correct trigger to order. They really support their customers well.
by Ken
on 7/17/2015
from Grand Junction, CO
Enthusiastic Shooter
I purchased this for my P14 Sporter. Easy to install and adjust. Quality is excellent and technical support is outstanding. You won't find more professional or nicer people! Since there are two trigger options for the Enfield (P14 or 1917) be sure to get the correct trigger length model. Ask...as above noted, these are very nice, helpful and professional folks. I've purchased several Timney triggers for a variety of applications and all are of the best quality and easily installed.
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This trigger works with these rifles:

  • P-17 (American version)
  • Remington 1917

What Is Trigger Pull weight?

Pull weight is the amount of pressure, in ounces or pounds, required to fire the trigger. Or in other words, how hard you have to squeeze the trigger to shoot your rifle. Timney Trigger experts at our Phoenix, Arizona plant hand-test every trigger in its intended action and then set the pull weight at our factory standard, 3 lbs.

If you prefer a different pull weight you simply select it from the drop down above and your Timney Trigger will be customized to your preference.

The #1 reason to replace your factory trigger with a Timney is accuracy. A lighter, crisper, more consistent trigger pull will make you more accurate with your firearm.

Below is a guide for pull weight selection:

2-2.5 pounds

Light trigger pull weights are great for people shooting lighter weight rifles as they can help keep you on target during the shot. Also common weights for target shooting from a bench.

3-3.5 pounds

By far the most common trigger pull weights -this is great for virtually all applications including target shooting, hunting and 3-gun competitions.

4.0 pounds+

Heavy trigger pull weights are good for cold weather hunting or applications where you may be shooting with gloves on.