I bought a Model 700 Remington Sendero .270 Win recently. The gun was manufactured in 1996, but was NIB. Sweet deal to find that gun!
Anyway, after building some handloads and spending a little range time, I was not impressed with the trigger. Way to heavy. On http://www.canadiangunnutz.com I found a link to sites that explained how to adjust the Model 700 trigger. I followed the directions and man, it improved that trigger immensely!! The directions are quite simple. If you follow them carefully, I doubt you need to replace the Remington trigger.
It now has approx. a 3# pull on it, breaks clean and crisp every time! Since that adjustment I have built several loads that group 5 shots under an inch. I forget the exact spec so I can't quote it right now, but it's around 3,025 fps MV ... with either 140gr Nosler Accubond or Ballistic Tips.
You could probably do a Google search and find some of these sites...