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The MKII trigger is designed NOT to be adjustable. Timney offers an excellent replacement that is adjustable for weight and overtravel, and it can be installed at home with a good file and some care. You must fit the trigger to the individual gun for the safety to function, but it isn't a difficult task.
As for the bolt, how far apart do you want to take it? I belive instructions are in the manual for unscrewing the cocking piece/ firing pin assembly, which should be all that is necessary for cleaning and degreasing. If these instructions aren't included, please repost and I'll try to help. I've owned a couple of these rifles, but don't have one currently, so I don't have the manual - working from memory, always a dangerous thing... IDShooter
 

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I've known guys who improved the trigger a bit by polishing the sear and engagement, and even lightening the return spring. I've felt these triggers, and they are an improvement over the factory for sure, but not in a league with the Timney.
Either way you go, it's got to be an improvement over the factory job.
As for the firing pin spring - I never took mine down that far. The only rifle on which I've ever taken the bolt down that far was a Mauser. Hopefully someone else can help with that!

Good luck and be safe, IDShooter
 
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