Preview: Elftmann Tactical ELF 700 SE

posted on March 20, 2022
Elftmann Tactical ELF 700 SE

The ELF 700 SE from Elftmann Tactical is a user-adjustable, drop-in trigger module for Remington Model 700-pattern rifles with an extremely broad pull-weight range and user-adjustable shoe. With an externally accessible screw that can be adjusted between shots, the precision single-action trigger can be set to break from 2 ozs. to 64 ozs. (4 lbs.) of pressure.

Thanks to a proprietary system of sealed bearings, the ELF 700 SE provides a crisp, smooth break at even its higher pull weights. The assembly is available with either a red or black trigger/safety knob that is also oversized. Elftmann provides additional options for with or without the bolt-release feature. The ELF 700 SE is made in America, warrantied and has an MSRP of $269.

For more information on the ELF 700 SE trigger module for Remington 700-pattern receivers, please visit


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