What to Expect with Huber Concepts’ 2-Stage Remington 700 Trigger

The problems that the Remington 700 stock triggers have been having over the years weren’t very reassuring to gun owners. If you own a Remington 700 rifle and want to feel assured that yours isn’t going to malfunction in the middle of a hunt or a tactical exercise, the best choice would be to get your current trigger replaced.

Most shooters believe that when it comes to a rifle that will shoot with better accuracy, the key is to get the trigger replaced and upgraded first and the barrel afterwards. The rifle barrel has a mechanical and more direct influence over the precision of a rifle. However, the reason that you need to get your trigger upgraded first is that it will have a dramatic effect on your rifle shooting accuracy. An inconsistent and heavy trigger will only hamper your shooting precision. Upgrading your barrel can be quite costly with prices ranging from $750 to over $2,000. However, even the most expensive triggers will only cost just a fraction of the amount as the priciest options are generally in the $200 to $300 price range. This is why a top-quality trigger is truly going to get you the best value for your money. The question now is finding the best trigger out there.

Remington 700 Triggers

The number of aftermarket accessories available for the Remington 700 out there is quite staggering. One of the best things about going for a custom action is that you get the advantage of the plethora of aftermarket accessories and upgrades that are available for you. There are a number of high-end, top-quality triggers for you to choose from. You just need to know exactly what you’re looking for.

The design for the Remington trigger may not necessarily be the best. It even suffers from inherent issues that manufacturers of aftermarket products have to overcome. Many proprietary platforms out there offer better trigger designs. However, other rifle platforms out there do not happen to offer the same wide array of aftermarket options as the Remington does. Sure, the other platforms may offer some impressive advantages, trigger selection is, unfortunately not part of it. Fortunately, you don’t really need a whole host of options. Being able to find one that meets your needs is more than enough.

Huber Concepts- 2 Stage Remington 700 Trigger

Huber approaches trigger theory and design with an in-depth attitude. This includes the timing and physics which results in a trigger design that showcases some rather impressive novel concepts. The design proudly features US patents that make use of physics and time theories, tactile physiology and anti-friction ball bearing technology. Compared to other lever triggers that are known for stacking time, what Huber Concepts offers is a technology where mathematics of the higher-order is being used to take into account the moments before getting the shot broken.

What Huber Concepts offers is a hanger cartridge that features two plates that embody not only the trigger elements but also the internal safety redundancy and sear. The design for the two-stage can go as low as 1.5 but the single-stage can go as low as 0.5. In terms of effects used for the trigger, it amounts to three to four times in terms of the improvement in overall shot accuracy. Meanwhile, the group size reduction reflects 50% from 100 yards to beyond 2000.

The design is aimed to improve not only the shooter’s discipline but also his overall shooter proficiency. Compared to the other players in the market, this offering from Huber Concepts exceeds that of Tradoc, Form and Function in terms of durability, especially for 100,000 shots. For the last shot, it is comparatively as smooth and clean as the first. An OEM lower bolt stop lever that is mounted on the trigger is also available. There are a number of safeties available, including LH, RH, and Trigger Guard at the bottom. Consumers that will order the trigger can expect them to be shipped drop-in ready to the specific stage that you have selected, along with your safety and pull weight preferences.

Triggers that are offered by Huber Concepts for the Remington 700 model are generally used by 9% of top shooters. With several trigger models under their belt, they offer models that are both two-stage and single-stage varieties. For precision riflemen, however, it seems that the Two-Stage Trigger for Remington 700 is the most popular choice. Consistency is a characteristic of the Huber Concepts triggers so if you’re looking for that perfect follow-through, this will not disappoint. In fact, it is so consistent that knowing exactly when it will break every time is quite easy to do. More importantly, many rifle holders have appreciated the rock-solid wall that the trigger offers to address over travel. If rifle triggers that ensure accuracy and precision that every dedicated shooter can appreciate are what you're looking for, Huber Concepts will not disappoint. More importantly, this trigger works whether you’re an enthusiast or a professional. 

We have many factory Remington 700 owners and SPS owners installing Huber Concepts triggers.