Mauser Sportsman

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Description 

  • Fully adjustable 2-4 pounds trigger pull weight.
  • Light weight alloy housing.
  • Machined and hardened steel working surfaces.
  • Some stock inletting required.
  • Please see the compatibility chart for your Rifle 
  • Made in USA

What’s the difference between the Sportsman trigger and the Featherweight trigger for the 98 Mauser?

The difference in feel comes from the location of the trigger pivot pin. On the Featherweight models the pin is equidistant between the trigger and the sear. The perceived movement is much less noticeable and the feel is more like a modern sporting rifle. On the Sportsman models the pins location is higher in the housing giving the feeling of more movement at the trigger, resulting in more of a WWII battle rifle style of feel in that the movement is more noticeable.

Both the Sportsman and the Featherweight triggers have substantial adjustability which was never the case with the original triggers. You can adjust the trigger to your preferred feel and with the lighter pull weight trigger comes substantial increases in accuracy.

Reviews

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RatingReviewerReview
by MICHAEL S. WHITLOCK
on 4/25/2017
from Texas
AN AWESOME TRIGGER !!!!!!!!
HAVE INSTALLED THESE ON 2 1898 MAUSERS---WOW, THE IMPROVEMENT IN PRESSING THE TRIGGER WAS "OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD" GREAT !!!!!!!!!  ONLY THING THAT HAD TO ME MODIFIED, WAS THE TRIGGER MORTISE INSIDE THE STOCK. THE LENGTH & DEPTH OF THE FRONT OF THE MORTISE HAD TO BE MODIFIED SLIGHTLY, TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE NEW TRIGGER. INSTALLED THE TRIGGER, POLISHED THE CONTACT AREA ON THE BOLT COCKING PIECE, POLISHED THE FIRING PIN, & INSTALLED A NEW WOLFF "BLITZNELL" F/P SPRING. TRIGGER PRESS WEIGHT WAS 2.5 LBS, ZERO CREEP, & ZERO OVER-TRAVEL. SO HAPPY THE GERMAN'S DID NOT HAVE THIS TRIGGER UNIT, IN WW2 !!!!!!!!--------SEMPER FI & OOORAH !!!!!!!
by Bob
on 3/31/2017
from Colorado
Nice!
Had one of these professionally installed in a '95 Chileno.
I LIKE IT!  Better than expected and was a good choice.
by Ruan Pretorius
on 4/13/2016
from Middelburg
Anschutz M98
I was impressed with the quality of the product. Was slightly disappointed to see the edges of the locking nuts were rounded from a slipping wrench. Other than that the trigger is light and consistently crisp. 
by Doug M
on 6/24/2014
from Texas
OUTSTANDING!!!
Inherited a 1954 Spanish Mauser from my dad, great gun but the 50# trigger (OK, that might be a slight exaggeration) was not to my liking at all.   Saw that Timney made a trigger for it and I was done searching.   Grabbed a M98FN101 and had them tune it to 2.5# (my preferred pull weight) and waited impatiently for it to arrive.   Trigger shipped quickly and I had the rifle apart, trigger installed, and back together in less than 5 minutes.   No exaggeration there, it was a 5 minutes job.   Now this little Mauser is sweet like candy!!   Oh yeah, thanks for the candy Timney!!!   Stop looking, stop searching, you just found the trigger you want.   Buy it, install it, profit!
by Kurt
on 3/5/2014
Great Trigger
Replaced the two stage on my M96 Swedish Mauser. Was really simple. Instruction prepared me for all sort of possible issue (a good thing to know in advance) and I had none of them. Piece of cake. Trigger is so nice and crisp. Cant wait to get to the range!
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This trigger works with these rifles:

  • Argentine Model 1909
  • Belgian Model 1889
  • Belgian Model 1935
  • Belgian Model 1936
  • Brazilian Model 1907
  • Brazilian Model 1908
  • Brazilian Model 1909
  • Chilean Model 1912
  • Chilean Model 95
  • Chinese Model 1907
  • Chinese Model 1908
  • Chinese Model 1921
  • Chinese Model 95
  • Columbian Model 1912
  • Columbian Model 1929
  • Costa Rican Model 1910
  • Czech CZ Model 1924 CZ 24 BRNO
  • Czech Model 1933 GZ 47 Sporting
  • Czech Model CZ 12
  • Czech Model CZ 98/29
  • Czech Model CZ 99/22
  • Czech Model CZ L
  • Ecuadorian Model 1909
  • Ethiopian Model 1924
  • Ethiopian Model 1933
  • German Model 33/40
  • German Model 40K
  • German Model 98
  • German Model 98K
  • Guatemalan Model 24
  • H&H Mauser
  • Hoffman Mauser
  • Husqvarna Mauser
  • Interarms Mark X
  • Iranian Model 49
  • Iranian Model 98/29
  • J.C Higgins Model 50 & 51
  • Lithuanian Model 1924
  • Mexican Model 95
  • Mexican Models 1907
  • Mexican Models 1910
  • Mexican Models 1912
  • Mexican Models 1936
  • Mexican Models 1954
  • Model V24
  • Paraguayan Model 1907
  • Paraguayan Model 1929
  • Parker-Hale Mauser
  • Persian Model 95
  • Peruvian Model 1909
  • Peruvian Model 1935
  • Polish Model 98
  • Portuguese Model 1904/M38
  • Romanian Model 24
  • SAKO Mauser
  • Santa Barbara
  • Serbian Model 1908
  • Serbian Model 1910
  • Serbian Model 98/09
  • Siamese Model 1904
  • Siamese Model 1945
  • Spanish Model 43
  • Spanish Model 95 & 96
  • Standard Model
  • Swedish Model 38
  • Swedish Model 40
  • Swedish Model 41
  • Swedish Model 96
  • Swedish Model 98K
  • Swedish Model Sniper
  • Turkish Model 1903
  • Turkish Model 1946
  • Uruguayan Model 1909
  • Uruguayan Model 95
  • Venezuelan Model 1910
  • Venezuelan Model 1924/30
  • Westley-Richards 318 Magazine
  • Whitworth Mark X
  • Yugoslavian Mark X
  • Yugoslavian Model 1928
  • Yugoslavian Model 1948
  • Yugoslavian Model 90T

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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.