You should consider a two stage trigger. Once you get use to them you will wonder why there are even single stage triggers.
I have seen this trigger for $93. Just do a Google search for best price.
The advantage is safety. It has tons of sear engagement. You pull through the first stage which is long then you meet extra resistance. You can stop there, double check your sight picture and add just a bit more pressure and the gun goes off. All European good guns use two stage triggers (Anschutz, Hammerli, etc.) as well as guns designed for Olympic competition. It is a target trigger. For tactical games the standard heavy pull trigger might be totally adequate.