I read lot's of times about people that feel a real need to replace their factory trigger with some sort of custom, even if the factory is an adjustable trigger. I don't get it. I believe a 3# trigger is a 3# trigger. And on a hunting rifle I strongly suspect that few people can tell, when shooting at game, how nice their trigger really is. How could they? When we talk of recoil everyone pretty much claims that when shooting at game, "you don'ty feel recoil". If that is true then how do you tell the difference between a 3# and 4# trigger or a trigger with a little creap and a trigger with none? I use factory trigger's, never have had a custom. My Remington trigger's are adjusted to 3# and no creep. My Winchester is a 5#, just the way I bought it and shoots fine. My 03 Springfield is a custom but the trigger is standard Springfield double pull but was cleaned up when the rifle was built, probably it is my favorite trigger, certainly the easiest to control.
So someone tell my why you would replace a factory adjustable trigger with a new custom. Uh, old Savage 110 trigger excluded!